Will Jeff Bezos Buy The Seahawks? (Best team in NFL)

Noah Kesner


While Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has been linked to the Washington Commanders as the NFC East franchise is up for sale, he reportedly would be open to purchasing another NFL team. According to Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer, “Bezos would be just as interested, if not more so, in buying the Seahawks than the Commanders.” According to Breer, a number of NFL owners want Bezos to buy a team and join the league. Commanders owners Dan and Tanya Snyder announced in November that they had hired BofA Securities to investigate a possible sale, and Bezos has been mentioned as a possible buyer. For years, Bezos has been mentioned as a possible buyer for the Seattle Seahawks. The NFC West team, on the other hand, is not for sale and is owned by the Paul G. Allen Trust. Jody Allen, the late Paul Allen’s sister, is the Seahawks’ chair and stated in July that the franchise was not for sale. Forbes ranked the Seahawks as the 14th-most valuable NFL franchise in August, with a valuation of $4.5 billion. In comparison, the Commanders came in sixth place with $5.6 billion.