Rob Walton - the heir of Rob Walton - alongside his son-in-law Greg Penner and his daughter Carrie Penner won the rights to own the Denver Broncos with a bid of $4.65bn.
Following their successful pursuit, the trio visited the Broncos' training ground and spoke to some of the players from the team, including quarterback Russell Wilson.
Wilson said they had some 'good bonding moments' but was most impressed with the impact they will have on the community.
"We've had some really good bonding moments just about life and success and visions and all the things that they wanted to do and how they wanted to impact the Broncos," Wilson said.
"They're really, really about the community which I'm super about."
"It's about winning," the QB added when asked about their takeover.
"It's about being successful and giving us all the resources we need to make sure that we're successful and do whatever we need to do and just be great."
The Broncos will remain under the direction of general manager George Paton and coach Nathaniel Hackett despite being under new ownership.
"I think for us, it's about doing whatever we can as players of giving ourselves the best chance," Wilson said.
"I think Coach Hackett, and I think George Paton is amazing. These guys are top-notch guys. They know how to lead. So that's what we're excited about."
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