The Average NFL Team Will Be Worth $10 Billion From $8 Billion Thanks to Online Betting: Ahem...Broncos

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Tyrone Black
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ProFootball Weekly reports NFL owners believe that, sooner rather later, the average, random team will be worth $8 billion to $10 billion, thanks to legalized gambling.


And this comes amidst reports that the Denver Broncos could soon hit the market.

Seth Wickersham, an ESPN analyst, suggests that the team can go for such a massive value that "it could reset franchise values and make the Panthers seem like a nice little transaction".

On Tuesday, June June 29 Kevin Vaughan and Mike Klis broke the news that the upcoming trial filed by Amie Bowlen Klemmer and Beth Bowlen Wallace against the Broncos trustees currently managing ownership of the team would be vacated after a joint motion was filed by both parties involved in the dispute.

Mike Killis of News9, which covers the Broncos locally, elaborated:

This means that for now lawsuit trial pitting Pat Bowlen’s two oldest daughters Beth Bowlen Wallace, Amie Klemmer against trustees Joe Ellis, Rich Slivka, Mary Kelly is off.

Legalized sports betting in Colorado has taken off in the last year following a voter referendum that just barely passed. In a bizarre twist, one of the most wagered on sports in the state is none other than table tennis.  Go figure.

- Tyrone Black,

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