Each NFL franchise on average is worth $2.52 billion and there is a clear increase of 8 per cent compared to 2016.
The value of the Jaguars is up 4 percent in the past year and had an operating income of $89 million, Forbes said.
The top five: Dallas $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.
The Cowboys' new valuation means that they are now the world's most valuable franchise for the third straight year. Their value should continue to rise as they inch closer to the opening of their new stadium in L.A.
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The team, owned by boisterous National Football League owner Jerry Jones, is now worth a whopping $4.8 billion, up 14% from previous year.
The Chiefs are now part of the NFL's $2 billion club.
The Panthers had profits of $102 million last season, Forbes said, thanks to ticket sales, merchandise sales and other revenue streams. The magazine estimates the Bills' value at $1.6 billion.
The Las Vegas-bound Raiders are 19th on the list at $2.38 billion, a one-year increase of 13 percent. Rounding out the global top five, according to Forbes, is Manchested United ($3.69 billion) and FC Barcelona ($3.64 billion).