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Fourteen NFL team owners, led by Seattle Seahawks' Paul Allen, made it to the Forbes' 400 Richest Americans list.
Allen, Microsoft co-founder who also owns the Portland Trail Blazers, placed 26th on the list with a total asset of $15.8 billion.
Aside from Allen, other teams who made it to the list were Stan Kroenke (Rams, $5.3 billion); Stephen Ross (Dolphins, $4.8 billion); Malcolm Glazer (Buccaneers, $4.5 billion); Shahid Khan (Jaguars, $3.8 billion); and Jerry Jones (Cowboys, $3 billion).
Also on the list were Robert Kraft (Patriots $2.9 billion), Stephen Bisciotti (Ravens $2.1 billion), Bob McNair (Texans, $2 billion), Arthur Blank (Falcons, $1.7 billion), Jim Irsay (Colts, $1.6 billion), Jimmy Haslam (Browns, $1.45 billion), William Ford Sr. (Lions, $1.4 billion) and Tom Benson (Saints, $1.3 billion).
The richest NBA owner is Orlando Magic owner Rich Devos, who comes in at No. 60 on the list with a net worth of $6.8 billion.
There are 12 other NBA owners on the list, including Stan Kroenke (Nuggets), Micky Arison (Heat, $5.9 billion), Dan Gilbert (Cavaliers, $3.9 billion), Charles Dolan (Knicks, $3.3 billion), Tom Gores (Pistons, $2.7 billion), Mark Cuban (Mavericks $2.5 billion);
Also making it to the list were Josh Harris (Sixers, $2.5 billion), Robert Pera (Grizzlies, $1.95 billion), Herb Simon (Pacers, $1.95 billion), Donald Sterling (Clippers, $1.9 billion), Glen Taylor (Timberwolves, $1.7 billion) and Benson (Pelicans).
NHL owners include Kroenke (Avalanche), Harris (Devils), Terry Pegula (Sabres, $3.1 billion) and Jeremy Jacobs (Bruins, $2.8 billion), while the only baseball owners on the list are Ted Lerner (Nationals, $4 billion) and John Henry (Red Sox, $1.7 billion).
The richest person involved in the sports world is Nike chairman Phil Knight, the 24th-richest American at $16.3 billion, $55.7 billion behind Bill Gates, who topped the list for the 20th year in a row.