Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and CEO, is reportedly intending to own a National Football League (NFL) team and has supporters in ownership circles and is currently in discussions with several current owners. According to a source, Bezos has given considerable time around owners, including Washington Redskins’s Dan Snyder, and is in the process of moving to Washington.
Bezos owns a net worth of $110 billion, who already owns the Washington Post, lately watched the last Super Bowl from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s suite. The report said: There are not any teams currently on the market, though the Seattle Seahawks will be sold at some point following the death of Paul Allen last year.
Snyder has been working on getting a state-of-the-art stadium built in Washington, DC, which Bezos can help him build one. The report elaborated: Bezos moved The Washington Post to a new location after purchasing the paper, is setting up an Amazon hub in the area and some consider could aid Snyder’s dream of a new stadium, perhaps even with an Amazon sponsorship.
Amazon has a business with the NFL to stream Thursday Night Football and he may get an NFL team from a business perspective. NFL consisting of 32 teams shared equally between the National Football Conference and the American Football Conference.
Making even the most expensive NFL franchise a relative pittance to his overall checkbook as Bezos has a net worth of more than $110 billion . Bezos is one of the very few people on earth who could buy an NFL franchise in cash that makes him an attractive potential owner for the league. The report said: There are not any teams currently on the market, though the Seattle Seahawks will be sold at some point following the death of Paul Allen last year.