The Cowboys are once again the league's most-valuable team and the world's most valuable sports franchise, worth an estimated $4.8 billion.
Forbes reports "new and renovated stadiums are adding to team coffers," with the Vikings enjoying $60 million in new revenue annually at their new stadium, and the Falcons' value jumping 19% to $2.48 billion, thanks to over $900 million in sponsorship commitments at their new stadium.
And, "NFL teams are also set for a windfall from the relocations of the Rams and Chargers to Los Angeles, plus the Raiders expected move to Las Vegas in 2019 or 2020. The 29 non-moving teams will divvy up $1.65 billion with the Chargers and Rams on the hook for a $650 million fee and the Raiders at $350 million. The moving teams will make the payments over 10 years starting in 2019."
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