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The 10 Wealthiest Owners In the NFL Today

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Chris Rock once said there's a difference between being rich and wealthy. There are a lot of rich people across the world, but few that are truly wealthy.

Here's a look at 10 NFL owners who are most certainly wealthy:

10. Steve Bisciotti, Baltimore Ravens - $2.2 Billion

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10. Steve Bisciotti, Baltimore Ravens - $2.2 Billion

Super Bowl XLVII - Baltimore Ravens v San Francisco 49ers

Bisciotti made his billions by founding a family of technical staffing companies called Allegis Group, which owns Aerotek and TEKsystems.

9. Joan Tisch, New York Giants - $2.8 Billion

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9. Joan Tisch, New York Giants - $2.8 Billion

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Tisch's late husband bought the Giants back in 1991 and her son Steve is part of the group that runs the team today.

8. Robert Kraft, New England Patriots - $2.9 Billion

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8. Robert Kraft, New England Patriots - $2.9 Billion

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The Patriots owner is the Chairman and CEO of the Kraft Group. He also owns the New England Revolution (MLS) and his group owns Gillette Stadium.

7. Shahid Khan, Jacksonville Jaguars - $2.9 Billion

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7. Shahid Khan, Jacksonville Jaguars - $2.9 Billion

Shahid Khan

Khan is the 7th wealthiest NFL owner and ranked in the top 500 richest people in the world. In addition to the Jaguars he owns the English Football League Championship team Fulham F.C., and an automobile parts manufacturer in Illinois.

6. Jerry Jones, Dallas Cowboys - $3 Billion

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6. Jerry Jones, Dallas Cowboys - $3 Billion

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How did Jerry get rich? In one word -- oil.

5. Woody Johnson, New York Jets - $3.5 Billion

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5. Woody Johnson, New York Jets - $3.5 Billion

New York Jets: Owner Woody Johnson Should Avoid Making Statement to the Media

The Jets owner is the grandson of Robert Wood Johnson I, co-founder of Johnson & Johnson (medical devices).

4. Malcom Glazer, Tampa Bay Buccaneers - $4.2 Billion

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4. Malcom Glazer, Tampa Bay Buccaneers - $4.2 Billion

Buffalo Bills vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers - September 18, 2005

Glazer is the CEO of First Allied Corporation and also owns Manchester United of the Premier League.

3. Stephen Ross, Miami Dolphins - $5.4 Billion

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3. Stephen Ross, Miami Dolphins - $5.4 Billion

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Ross made his billions through the real estate business. He now owns the Dolphins and Sun Life Stadium.

2. Stan Kroenke, St. Louis Rams - $5.6 Billion

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2. Stan Kroenke, St. Louis Rams - $5.6 Billion

Stan Kroenke, Jeff Fisher, Kevin Demoff - St Louis Rams

Kroenke is the owner of Kroenke Sports Enterprises, which includes the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Rapids, Colorado Avalanche, Colorado Mammoth and the St. Louis Rams.

1. Paul Allen, Seattle Seahawks - $15.9 Billion

Paul Allen’s Worth
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1. Paul Allen, Seattle Seahawks - $15.9 Billion

Paul Allen’s Worth

Allen is the wealthiest NFL owner, and it's not even close. In addition to owning the Seahawks, he also owns the Portland Trail Blazers of the NBA. How did he get so rich? By co-founding Microsoft with Bill Gates. No big deal.