The NFL will auction off its 2018 season, and the price tags are expected to be in the range of $200-$300 million.
The auction will be held in Los Angeles on March 31 and will take place on Sunday, March 30.
The bidding is expected to last through Monday, April 1.
The 2018 NFL schedule is expected by March 31.
While the NFL hasn’t been able to lock down a date for the auction, several teams have confirmed their 2018 plans.
In addition to the Los Angeles Rams, several other teams have been linked to the auction.
The Chicago Bears, Miami Dolphins, and San Diego Chargers have all been linked as potential bidders.
There are also teams that have not yet been linked, including the Indianapolis Colts, the Philadelphia Eagles, the Pittsburgh Steelers, and New York Giants.
While no other teams are currently being auctioned, it is expected that several other NFL franchises will be auctioned off during the auction process.
Here are the projected bidding lines for the 2018 NFL season.
2017 NFL season: The Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears and New England Patriots are the likely teams to be auctionted off during this year’s auction.
2016 NFL season, in order: New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers and New Orleans Falcons are the most likely teams.
2015 NFL season in order of projected auction prices: Seattle Seahawks, Dallas Cowboys, Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals, Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers, New York Jets, Tennessee Titans, Washington Redskins, Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins are the least likely to be purchased.
2014 NFL season – in order to be eligible for bidding: Arizona Cardinals and Miami Chargers are the teams that will be most likely to go under the auction hammer.
2013 NFL season was the first time the auction went public.
2012 NFL season (Bidder’s List): Bidding on a team is determined by a combination of the bids received by the bidder and the amount of bids received.
The lowest bidder wins the bid.
The bids that are received by an individual are not counted towards the total bid amount.