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Forbes values Jaguars at $2.075 billion

  • The publication’s annual rankings of NFL franchise values was revealed Monday and the Jaguars are 25th among the 32 teams at $2.075 billion.
  • Forbes estimated the Jaguars’ worth increased by six percent in the last year.
  • As part of its valuation, Forbes considers all factors of team-related revenue, which for the Jaguars this year includes the new amphitheater adjacent to the stadium and the announcement that Khan had been selected to develop the Shipyards.
  • The largest increases in value belonged to Atlanta (16 percent, to $2.457 billion – it opened a new stadium this year) and Oakland (13 percent, to $2.38 billion – it announced a move to Las Vegas).
  • Under Khan, the Jaguars’ value was $840 million in 2013 (31st), $965 million in 2014 (29th), $1.4 billion in 2015 (29th) and $1.95 billion last year (25th).

Per Forbes’ annual NFL valuation rankings, the Jaguars are the 25th-most valuable franchise in the league at $2.075 billion, up six percent from last year.

@jaxdotcom: Five years after Shad Khan bought the #Jaguars for $770 million, the team is now worth a whopping $2.075 billion.

The Jaguars have crossed the $2 billion mark in estimated valuation according to Forbes.

The publication’s annual rankings of NFL franchise values was revealed Monday and the Jaguars are 25th among the 32 teams at $2.075 billion.

Owner Shad Khan has nearly tripled his investment since he bought the Jaguars in 2012 for $770 million.

Forbes estimated the Jaguars’ worth increased by six percent in the last year.

As part of its valuation, Forbes considers all factors of team-related revenue, which for the Jaguars this year includes the new amphitheater adjacent to the stadium and the announcement that Khan had been selected to develop the Shipyards.

Twenty-seven NFL teams were valued at $2 billion or more, led by Dallas at $4.8 billion, New England $3.7 billion, the New York Giants $3.3 billion, Washington $3.3 billion and San Francisco $3.05 billion.

Forbes estimated the Jaguars had $377 million in revenues, $192 million in player expenses and $58 million in gate revenue.

The largest increases in value belonged to Atlanta (16 percent, to $2.457 billion – it opened a new stadium this year) and Oakland (13 percent, to $2.38 billion – it announced a move to Las Vegas).

Under Khan, the Jaguars’ value was $840 million in 2013 (31st), $965 million in 2014 (29th), $1.4 billion in 2015 (29th) and $1.95 billion last year (25th).

In July, the Jaguars ranked as the 42nd-richest sports franchise in the world by Forbes.

Forbes values Jaguars at $2.075 billion