Jon Bon Jovi is interested in purchasing the Buffalo Bills, according to new reports.
According to CBS Sports, the team will go up for sale upon the death of current owner 95-year-old Ralph Wilson. Bon Jovi has reportedly been meeting with National Football League officials and other powerful people in the sports business.
However, it is believed that the front-runner for the position is Canada's Rogers Communication Group.
If Bon Jovi were to buy the Bills, it wouldn't be the rockers first time owning a piece of a football team. In 2004, he became part owner of the Philly Soul in the Arena Football League. The team won the championship in 2008 before the league suspended operations for one year. In 2011, the team was revived without Bon Jovi's involvement.
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