95. Jerry Jones
“You are here because you love the game. I am here because I love it too,” Dallas Cowboys owner Jones told the audience assembled to see his induction to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August. Jones’ route to Canton, Ohio, started with his co-captaining the University of Arkansas football team during the Razorbacks’ 1964 national championship run. His playing career ended there, and he went on to make a small fortune in real estate as well as from oil and gas before buying the Cowboys for $150 million in 1989. “America’s Team” is now worth $4.8 billion and has topped Forbes’ list of the most valuable NFL teams for 11 straight years.