Todd Boehly is “interested in a possible bid” for the Denver Broncos, according to a report from the New York Post‘s Josh Kosman.
Boehly, 46, is the co-founder, chairman and CEO Eldridge Industries. He holds degrees from the College of William & Mary and the London School of Economics. Estimates of Boehly’s net worth vary, but he is believed to be worth about $5 billion.
Boehly is already heavily invested in sports. He is a part-owner of teams including the Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB) and Los Angeles Lakers (NBA). He is also part-owner of DraftKings, an official daily fantasy sports partner of the NFL.
In addition to baseball, basketball and football, Boehly has also attempted to enter the soccer world. In 2019, he tried to buy English Premier League soccer team Chelsea F.C., and he might try again.
Chelsea’s current owner is Russian billionaire oligarch Roman Abramovich, who has had his assets frozen by the British government following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Before those sanctions, Abramovich was attempting to sell the soccer team. If Chelsea is sold, Boehly would presumably have interest once again.
Boehly grew up in Maryland and he now lives in Connecticut.