List of NFL franchise owners

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The following is a list of current National Football League franchise owners.

Terry Pegula, co-owner of the Buffalo Bills.
Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys.
Clark Hunt, chairman of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Zygi Wilf, majority owner of the Minnesota Vikings.
Arizona CardinalsBill Bidwill 11972
Atlanta FalconsArthur Blank12004
Baltimore RavensSteve Bisciotti12004
Buffalo BillsKim and Terry Pegula2014
Carolina PanthersJerry Richardson21993
Chicago BearsVirginia Halas McCaskey31983
Cincinnati BengalsMike Brown31991
Cleveland BrownsJimmy Haslam2012
Dallas CowboysJerry Jones1989
Denver BroncosPat Bowlen61984
Detroit LionsMartha Ford[1]2014
Green Bay PackersGreen Bay Packers, Inc. 51923
Houston TexansRobert C. McNair21999
Indianapolis ColtsJim Irsay1997
Jacksonville JaguarsShahid Khan2012
Kansas City ChiefsHeirs of Lamar Hunt32006
Miami DolphinsStephen M. Ross2008
Minnesota VikingsZygi Wilf2005
New England PatriotsRobert Kraft1994
New Orleans SaintsTom Benson1985
New York GiantsJohn Mara (50%)4
Steve Tisch (50%)
New York JetsRobert Wood Johnson IV2000
Oakland RaidersCarol and Mark Davis†‡2011
Philadelphia EaglesJeffrey Lurie1994
Pittsburgh SteelersDan Rooney31988
San Diego ChargersAlex Spanos1,61984
San Francisco 49ersJed York 12009
Seattle SeahawksPaul Allen1997
St. Louis RamsStan Kroenke 12010
Tampa Bay BuccaneersHeirs of Malcolm Glazer2014
Tennessee TitansHeirs of Bud Adams32013
Washington RedskinsDan Snyder1999

† Majority or plurality owner, rather than outright owner.
‡ Family ownership of club has been split by descendants of previous owner.

Bidwill, McCaskey, Brown, Ford, Irsay, Hunt, Mara, Davis, Rooney, Glazer, Smith, Hunt, and Adams represent ownership that has been longer than year listed, as teams have been owned by their families longer than listed.

1 Owner held stake prior to this date.
2 Original owner of franchise.
3 Child/heir of original owner of franchise.
4 Grandchild/heir of heir of original owner of franchise.
5 Public corporation with a grandfathered exception to current NFL ownership rules. Mark H. Murphy represents the team as President.
6 This owner is not active in day-to-day operations.