According to reports, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos plans to own a National Football League (NFL) team and is currently in talks with several current owners. According to CBS Sports, Bezos “has spent considerable time with the owners, including Dan Snyder of the Washington Redskins, and is in the process of moving to Washington.
” Jeff Bezos, the richest person on Earth with a value of USD 110 billion, who already owns the Washington Post, recently saw the last Super Bowl in the NFL commissioner’s suite Roger Goodell. “There are currently no equipment on the market, although the Seattle Seahawks will be sold sometime after Paul Allen’s death last year,” the report said Sunday.
Snyder has been trying to build a state-of-the-art stadium in Washington DC, and Bezos can help him build one.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos plans to buy the NFL team
“Bezos moved The Washington Post to a new location after buying the newspaper, is establishing an Amazon center in the area and some believe it could help Snyder to look for a new stadium, maybe even with an Amazon sponsorship,” he explained. The report.
Amazon has a partnership with the NFL to broadcast Thursday Night Football and can buy an NFL team from a commercial perspective.
NFL is a professional football league consisting of 32 teams, divided equally between the National Football Conference and the American Football Conference.