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Forbes says Dallas Cowboys NFL's most valuable team at $3.2 billion

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Forbes values Dallas Cowboys at $3.2 billion

Forbes has released its annual list of the value of the NFL's franchises, and if you thought the Clippers were expensive at $2 billion, just try buying the Dallas Cowboys.

The Cowboys lead the list at $3.2 billion, according to the Forbes rankings, followed by the New England Patriots at $2.6 billion.

Last? The St. Louis Rams, valued at a paltry $930 million. Got out your checkbook for that one. Or will they accept PayPal?

The full list is below:

1.     Dallas Cowboys     $3.2 billion
2.     New England Patriots     $2.6 billion
3.     Washington Redskins     $2.4 billion
4.     New York Giants     $2.1 billion
5.     Houston Texans     $1.85 billion
6.     New York Jets     $1.8 billion
7.     Philadelphia Eagles     $1.75 billion
8.     Chicago Bears     $1.7 billion
9.     San Francisco 49ers     $1.6 billion
10.     Baltimore Ravens     $1.5 billion
11.     Denver Broncos     $1.45 billion
12.     Indianapolis Colts     $1.4 billion
13.     Green Bay Packers     $1.38 billion
14.     Pittsburgh Steelers     $1.35 billion
15.     Seattle Seahawks     $1.33 billion
16.     Miami Dolphins     $1.3 billion
17.     Carolina Panthers     $1.25 billion
18.     Tampa Bay Buccaneers     $1.23 billion
19.     Tennessee Titans     $1.16 billion
20.     Minnesota Vikings     $1.15 billion
21.     Atlanta Falcons     $1.13 billion
22.     Cleveland Browns     $1.12 billion
23.     New Orleans Saints     $1.11 billion
24.     Kansas City Chiefs     $1.1 billion
25.     Arizona Cardinals     $1 billion
26.     San Diego Chargers     $995 million
27.     Cincinnati Bengals     $990 million
28.     Oakland Raiders     $970 million
29.     Jacksonville Jaguars     $965 million
30.     Detroit Lions     $960 million
31.     Buffalo Bills     $935 million
32.     St. Louis Rams     $930 million

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