Donald Trump says he's unlikely to buy the Bills

Billionaire among those bidding for the Bills Aaron Wilson

Print This July 29, 2014, 11:24 AM EST

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Billionaire Donald Trump says he's unlikely to purchase the Buffalo Bills due to the high price.

"We'll see what happens, everyone knows I'm bidding," Trump told FOX News. "But many other people will be bidding. I would say the chances are very, very unlikely because I'm not goingto do something totally stupid -- maybe a little bit stupid, but not totally stupid."

Trump is among the bidders and has said he would keep the Bills in Western New York with the franchise being sold following the death of Hall of Fame owner Ralph Wilson. Trump is competing with others that include rock star Jon Bon Jovi and Buffalo Sabres owner Terry Pegula.

It sounds like Trump is happy to get the publicity of being a prospective owner, but doesn't want to spend a billion dollars to become the new Bills owner.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun

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