Although Hall of Fame former Bills quarterback Jim Kelly recently met with Bon Jovi to talk about a partnership to try to buy the Bills, they're not going to work together.
According to the Buffalo News, Kelly had concerns that Bon Jovi might want to move the team.
“I can confirm that Jim Kelly met with Jon Bon Jovi, but Kelly and Jeffrey Gundlach will not be pursuing a relationship with the Toronto group,” a source told the newspaper. "Kelly and Gundlach do not feel confident that their aspirations for keeping the Bills in Buffalo long-term are aligned with the interests of the Toronto group.”
The Bon Jovi group has lost steam.
Buffalo Sabres owner Terry Pegula is regarded as the frontrunner to purchase the Bills.
Per the report, the Bon Jovi group is dealing with "major tension" and is "unfocused and disorganized."
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