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NFL's most valuable teams

Published: Sep 04 2013 10:48:57 AM EDT   Updated On: Aug 22 2014 03:15:27 PM EDT

The average NFL team is currently worth $1.43 billion, according to Forbes. Take a look at which NFL teams are worth the most.

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The National Football League continues to be the lucrative sports league in the world. Its 32 teams are worth, on average, $1.43 billion, the highest value in the 17 years Forbes has tracked professional football team finances. With the regular season getting underway, here's a look at the NFL's most valuable teams:

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