NFL at 100: Cowboys took control in the '90s as sport grew

St. Louis Post-Dispatch
NFL at 100: Cowboys took control in the '90s as sport grew
NFL at 100: Cowboys took control in the '90s as sport grew

After going 19 years without adding any teams, the NFL became the first major professional sports league in North America to reach the 30-franchise mark when the Carolina Panthers and Jacksonville Jaguars joined in 1995 for $140 million expansion fees. The AFC Central experienced the most significant shift, when the Jaguars joined the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers.

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