Johnson not a member of billionaire club

I wanna be a billionaire so (bleepin) bad ...

Forbes magazine this week released its list of the world's billionaires and, not surprisingly, it included several NFL owners, giving credence to those claiming the labor dispute is millionaires versus billionaires.

Interestingly, Jets owner Woody Johnson didn't make the list. He's often referred to in print as a billionaire, but that apparently isn't the case, according to Forbes. We're no financial expert, but you have to assume the amount of debt from the new stadium has kept Johnson under the billionaire mark.

The richest owner, according to Forbes, is Paul Allen of the Seahawks. His net worth is $13.5 billion. Next is Stephen Ross of the Dolphins -- a cool $3.4 billion.

Others: The Glazer Family (Buccaneers), Stanley Kroenke (Rams), Jerry Jones (Cowboys), Robert Kraft (Patriots), Steve Bisciotti (Ravens), Robert McNair (Texans), Jim Irsay (Colts) and Arthur Blank (Falcons).

Alex Spanos (Chargers), Bud Adams (Titans) and Dan Snyder (Redskins) also belong to the elite club, as do Tom Benson (Saints) and Jeffery Laurie (Eagles).