If you haven’t heard, the Broncos are officially up for sale and according to reports, they could fetch a selling price of at least $4 billion which would be record setting.
There aren’t any front runners for new owner right now but Antonio Brown has an idea.
Yes, Antonio Brown, who is reportedly the new president of Donda Sports, wants the sports company to buy the Broncos. It would take some doing and it’s probably safe to assume Donda Sports/Kanye wouldn’t be full 100% owners but majority owners.
The NFL is desperately looking for a black NFL owner.
The National Football League is frantically appealing to Robert F. Smith, the nation’s richest black man, to buy the Denver Broncos — but thus far he has shown a reluctance to bid, sources told The Post.
Smith — a New York-based private-equity tycoon who famously spent $34 million in 2019 to pay off the student loans of the entire graduating class of Morehouse College — is a Denver native, and would become the first black owner of an NFL team if he purchased the Broncos.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is pulling out all the stops to woo Smith, even as the team is rumored to have gained interest from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, as well as quarterback legends Peyton Manning and John Elway, sources said. That’s because Goodell is scrambling to repair the league’s banged-up image when it comes to race relations.
Nevertheless, 59-year-old Smith, who has an estimated net worth of $6.7 billion, according to Forbes, is in the middle of raising a $20 billion-plus fund for his Austin, Texas-based buyout firm, Vista Equity Partners. He doesn’t want to be saddled with hunting for a new starting quarterback, two sources said.
Might also be hard for owners to vote for Kanye to be the owner. They denied Donald Trump so could definitely see them denying Kanye West.
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