The Buffalo Bills are in a bad spot this offseason as while they want to be excited about the draft and the team’s future, there is a fear that the future could play out somewhere other than Buffalo. With the death of Ralph Wilson casting even further doubt over the future of the Bills, a new report states that we could see the sale of the Bills completed by July.
A person familiar with the sale process told The Associated Press on Saturday there is an anticipation that the Bills’ could be sold by July, and the sale approved by NFL owners as early as the league’s meetings in October. The same person and another person also told the AP that at least one prospective ownership group has already toured potential new stadium locations in Buffalo.
Fans are hoping that the Bills remain in Buffalo but there’s no guarantee that will happen. It’s also unclear who the frontrunner to become the new owner will be as everyone from Donald Trump to former Bills players have stated their interest in buying the team.
Either way, resolution seems to be coming in 2014 for Bills fans, and its’ yet to be determined if the outcome will be desirable or not.
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