Serious question- How many of the current team owners could afford to buy their teams today at the current valuations? (Outside of the Walton family of course.)
The answer is almost none of them. From the numbers I've seen, I'm thinking somewhere between 6 and 10 of the current owners could buy a team today if they didn't already own one. Might not be the team they have now, either.
In fact, if you remove the value of the team, a fair number of them don't get into the Billionaire's club right now.
Harris and Roles are both reportedly worth more right now, without an NFL franchise than the bottom half of current league owners.
According to Barron's, there are 192 people in the WORLD who are worth more than $10 Billion. If you consider that Harris and Roles are worth between 12 and 13 billion together, then you are looking at someone worth $10 Billion or more if you want an individual to own the team rather than a group.
Really reduces your pool of buyers, ya know.