“It is something, though, that obviously is talked about out there and it is something, to be quite frank, I do have to think about at some point,” he said. “But if we can get back on track and play the way that we’ve played and do things that we’ve done, then we’ll stick with where we are.”
League sources have estimated the full franchise would sell between $5.5 and $6.5 billion, far eclipsing the previous NFL record set by the Walton-Penner group when it purchased the Denver Broncos for $4.65 billion. Wise bidders would also need to have earmarked another $500 to $900 million to help fund a new stadium that would surely come following new ownership.
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