Bon Jovi's Rumored Bid to Buy the Buffalo Bills Angers City's Residents

By ABC News Radio

AEG LiveJon Bon Jovi has a lot of adoring fans all across the country, but not many of them live in Buffalo nowadays. Fans of the Buffalo Bills football franchise are fuming over the possibility the singer may buy the team and move it north of the border.

The team has been up for sale ever since owner Ralph Wilson passed away at age of 95 back in March.

Bon Jovi, a founding owner of the Arena Football League’s Philadelphia Soul, has reportedly been interested in owning an NFL team for a long time and is friendly with a number of NFL owners. New York magazine reports Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and John Mara, the owner of the rocker’s beloved New York Giants, have all endorsed him for NFL ownership.

In June, Bon Jovi was reportedly seen having lunch with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in Manhattan.

According to New York magazine, Bon Jovi is unable to meet the team’s likely selling price of $1 billion, so he’s teamed up with a group in Toronto that also owns the Maple Leafs, Raptors and the Air Canada Centre, …read more

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