NFL trades trading places global for $40 million in assets

The Philadelphia Eagles and New Orleans Saints have signed a seven-year deal to buy the New Orleans Pelicans and Los Angeles Lakers from Las Vegas sports conglomerate Wynn Resorts International.

The deal, which is worth $40.7 million and includes $7.5 million in cash, includes a $3.5-million signing bonus and a $2.7-million buyout option, according to a source with knowledge of the transaction.

The transaction is expected to close in the first half of 2018.

The Pelicans and Lakers were the NFL’s biggest sellers in 2017, losing more than $20 million on the open market.

They’re scheduled to be sold by the NFL to a group led by the Las Vegas group later this month.

The team has already agreed to sell its home games to a local group and a new stadium to be built on the site of the old stadium.

The Rams, who won their second Super Bowl title this season, will be sold to a private company and then leased to a buyer in 2021.

The Saints are expected to sell part of their stadium to a consortium led by Los Angeles-based hotel and real estate firm Gensler.

The Los Angeles Times first reported the transaction, which was first reported by CBSSports.com.