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Green Bay Packers: #24 on Forbes list of most valuable franchises

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When it comes to dollars and cents, the NFL has a difficult time competing with the world soccer teams that top the list of Forbes most valuable sports franchises – and that includes the Green Bay Packers.

The Packers, a $1.183 billion, finishes 24th in total value, and are behind these other NFL teams:

Lambeau Field should be prepped to host a Super Bowl, don't you think? Raymond T. Rivard photograph

Lambeau Field should be prepped to host a Super Bowl, don’t you think?
Raymond T. Rivard photograph

• 5. Dallas Cowboys, $2.3 billion

• 8. New England Patriots, $1.8 billion

• 9. Washington Redskins: $1.7 billion

• 10 New York Giants, $1.55 billion

• 12. Houston Texans, $1.45 billion

• 14. New York Jets, $1.38 billion

• 17. Philadelphia Eagles, $1.314 billion

• 18. Chicago Bears, $1.252 billion

• 19. Baltimore Ravens, $1.227 billion

• 20. San Francisco 49ers, $1.224 billion

• 21. Indianapolis Colts, $1.2 billion

Here is how Forbes describes the Packers:

#24 Green Bay Packers

Value: $1.183 billion

Owner: shareholder-owned

With a metro area population of 313,000, Green Bay is the smallest market to house a ranches in the four major U.S. sports. The club locked up franchise QB Aaron Rodgers last far to a $110 million deal over five years. Rodgers’ $22 million average annual salary is the highest of any NFL player.

 

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