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July 31, 2013
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The Dallas Cowboys will be playing their Hall Of Fame Game against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday (woohoo!) and although Dez Bryant has skipped the fourth straight practice day yesterday (Tuesday) as he deals with injuries, he’s expected to play. Owner Jerry Jones isn’t concerned.

"He can take it easy right now," Jones said Tuesday, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “We got a lot of days left. He is likely to get snaps … very likely. There has been no talk of him not getting snaps. It’s not a hip. It’s just a tweak. He could be out there in a minute. We are just resting it. There has not been a word of him not playing.”

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July 18, 2012

All 32 NFL franchises made Forbes magazine’s list of the world’s 50 most valuable sports teams for 2012. It’s also no surprise the top two teams are heated rivals from the league’s highest-profile division, the NFC East.

Jerry Jones’ Dallas Cowboys ($1.85 billion) trump Daniel Synder’s Washington Redskins ($1.56 billion) by a considerable margin for No. 1 overall. The Super Bowl champion New York Giants aren’t far behind at No. 4 valued at $1.3 billion. The Philadelphia Eagles round out the division’s financial prowess at No. 7, coming in at $1.16 billion.

In all, 15 NFL teams are worth $1 billion or more. The Jacksonville Jaguars, who turned their ownership over to Shad Khan this year, have the lowest value at $725 million.

Pulling just the NFL clubs from Forbes’ overall top 50, here is how they rank from 1-32 (team, value, owner):

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