Former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is now part owner of the Denver Broncos.
- Rice is part of the ownership group led by Walmart heir Rob Walton, which is buying the team from the Bowlen family for $4.65 billion.
- In addition to her time in the White House, Rice has ties to the sports world - She is the daughter of a football coach and was part of the first College Football Playoff Committee.
- She's also a Denver native and has a doctorate from the University of Denver.
- If the Broncos are worth $4.65 billion, what would a team like the Cowboys or Yankees be worth?