DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Forbes has again released their most envied list of the “Richest 400 Americans” and to no surprise it again includes two of North Texas’ best knows sports moguls; Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and Mavs owner Mark Cuban.
70-year old Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is ranked 166th on the Top 400 list, and according to Forbes is worth $3 Billion.
55-year-old Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, listed as ‘online media’ owner comes in at 222nd on the Top 400 valued at $2.5 Billion.
The Forbes list includes owners of 31 professional sports teams which is led by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen who owns the Portland Trail Blazers and the Seattle Seahawks. Allen ranked 26th overall and worth $15.8 billion.
Here is a list of the 14 NFL owners in the top 400:
- Paul Allen (Seattle Seahawks, $15.8 billion)
- Stan Kroenke (St. Louis Rams, $5.3 billion)
- Stephen Ross (Miami Dolphins, $4.8 billion)
- Malcolm Glazer (Tampa Bay Buccaneers, $4.5 billion)
- Shahid Khan (Jacksonville Jaguars, $3.8 billion)
- Jerry Jones (Dallas Cowboys, $3 billion)
- Robert Kraft (New England Patriots $2.9 billion)
- Stephen Bisciotti (Baltimore Ravens $2.1 billion)
- Bob McNair (Houston Texans, $2 billion)
- Arthur Blank (Atlanta Falcons, $1.7 billion)
- Jim Irsay (Indianapolis Colts, $1.6 billion)
- Jimmy Haslam (Cleveland Browns, $1.45 billion)
- William Ford Sr. (Detroit Lions, $1.4 Billion)
- Tom Benson (New Orleans Saints, $1.3 billion)
The richest individual in Texas on the list goes to 63-year-old Wal-Mart heiress Alice Walton of Fort Worth with an estimated valued of $33.5 Billion.
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