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Broncos Rank No. 20 On Forbes 'World's 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams' List

Forbes came out with their list of the 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams.

The Denver Broncos come in at No. 20 on that list, valued at $1.05 billion.

The Broncos made the biggest splash of the 2012 offseason when they signed Peyton Manning (above) to a five-year deal worth $96 million. Only the first year at $18 million is guaranteed if Manning struggles to bounce back from multiple neck surgeries. The Broncos have among the most loyal fans in the NFL, having sold out every home, non-strike regular season game since 1970. Retailer Sports Authority took over the remaining 10 years of Invesco’s naming rights deal for the Broncos’ home stadium last season with an option to extend the deal an additional 15 years. The deal is worth more than $150 million over 25 years. – Forbes 

All 32 NFL teams made the list with the Cowboys hitting the top of the list. They tied with the New York Yankees for third place, both listed at 1.85 billion. The No. 1 ranked sports team that has the most value is Manchester United which is listed at $2.23 billion.

Here is how the AFC West breaks down.

#20 – Broncos – $1.05 billion

#28 – Chiefs – $986 million

#33 – Chargers – $920 million

#45 – Raiders – $761 million

You can go here to see the entire list.

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