Eagles named least valuable franchise by Eagles Fan Magazine
Updated: July 13, 2011

By , PhillyGameday.com

Jeff LurieFor the 50th straight year, the Philadelphia Eagles were ranked dead last as the least valuable franchise in all of sports, worth $3.50 according to Eagles Fan Magazine.

The value jumped just over $3 since this time last year, when the team was worth approximately $0.32 after Kevin Kolb was named the team’s starting quarterback.

According to the valuation, team owner Jeff Lurie has lost approximately $185 million after purchasing the team for $185 million in 1994. However, analysts predict that a Super Bowl win could add several billion to the current $3.50 value.

Topping the list for the third straight year are the Philadelphia Phillies, who are valued at $918 trillion, up $296 trillion from last year due to the Cliff Lee signing.

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2 Responses to “Eagles named least valuable franchise by Eagles Fan Magazine”

  1. snoop on August 3rd, 2011 1:24 am

    talk about a premature ejaculation

  2. Zaki on August 3rd, 2011 12:04 pm

    Haha, no kiddin. In my defense, there’s no way I could’ve known the Eagles would start signing every FA on the market.

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