Oct 28,2012; London, UNITED KINGDOM; New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft (right) and recording artist Jon Bon Jovi before the 2012 NFL International Series game against the St. Louis Rams at Wembley Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-USA TODAY Sports

Jon Bon Jovi says he isn't interested in buying Bills


On Sunday, it became widely reported that recording artist Jon Bon Jovi was interested in becoming an NFL owner and that he was in pursuit of buying the Buffalo Bills, but let’s not get too far ahead of ourselves.

After looking into the situation more and speaking with Bon Jovi’s representative, Ken Sunshine, it doesn’t look like that team will be the Bills. Sunshine told the Associated Press that Bon Jovi is in fact interested in becoming an NFL owner, but the idea that he is actively pursuing the Bills is “preposterous.”

We could eventually see the day where Bon Jovi finds himself in position to buy a franchise, but if he would become interested in the Bills he would need to outbid Rogers Communications of Toronto.

Rogers Communication currently owns the Toronto Blue Jays and they are a main reason that people believe the team could move to Toronto down the road, and they would have a much easier time of placing a successful bid than just one man.

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  • chas territo

    Bon Jovi buying the Bills was first reported by a reporter of rumors named La Can?? The same guy who has in the past offered as news, damn rumors!! I thought before I even read his RUMOR it was false! Why? Because of the author of this frigging made up story. BJ, would have been terrible as an owner, look at his Arena team. They folded I think or made little money. GO BILLS!!