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Miami Dolphins: What they’re now worth is eye-opening

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross after win over the Texans at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida on October 25, 2015. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)

The Miami Dolphins are the 25th-most valuable sports franchise in the world, according to Forbes.

The Dolphins are worth $2.575 billion, which outranks some other notable franchises such as the Green Bay Packers (2.55), Boston Celtics (2.5), Manchester City (2.474), Arsenal (2.238) and the New York Mets (2.1).

As Forbes notes, the NFL is king in the world of sports.

Thirty-seven percent of Americans picked football as their favorite sport to watch in the latest Gallup Poll, Forbes reports. Basketball, baseball and soccer trail at 11, 9 and 7 percent.

NFL teams each earn $255 million in shared television rights. The most valuable franchises in the world are the: Dallas Cowboys (4.84 billion), Manchester United, Real Madrid, Barcelona, New York Yankees, New England Patriots, New York Knicks, Los Angeles Lakers, New York Giants and Golden State Warriors.

The NFL lands 29 teams among the 50 most valuable sports franchises for the second straight year, according to Forbes.

Owner Stephen Ross reportedly completed his purchase of 95 percent of the Dolphins for $1 billion in 2009. The year before, Ross bought 50 percent of the franchise, Dolphin Stadium and surrounding land for $550 million.

Ross has spent more than $550 million to turn Hard Rock Stadium into a world-class facility, which also improves the value of the franchise.

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