Robert Kraft, another successful sports owner in town, spoke this week about what’s keeping him away from a similar purchase, and he said it’s the lack of salary cap.
“I would only do it if there was a salary cap,” he told CNN while in England to watch Wimbledon. “It’s the same thing I said three years ago. We could have bought Liverpool before the two ownership groups who preceded us, and in the end I don’t want to compete in a business where people throw money at something. I want to be able to compete.”
It’s not that he doesn’t have the resources; Forbes estimates his worth at $1.7 billion. Kraft said that the fact that every team can operate under different spending rules would interfere with his only goal of purchasing a sports team "
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