Jon Bon Jovi looking to buy NFL Team

Posted: Nov 24 2013, 3:19pm CST | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

 

Jon Bon Jovi looking to buy NFL Team
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Jon Bon Jovi is reportedly interested in buying the NFL team Buffalo Bills. Looks like the rock star seeks a new hobby.

Celebrities owning NFL teams is not a new thing, but it is big news. Rock star Jon Bon Jovi might want to buy the Buffalo Bills according to a CBS Sports report. The Buffalo Bills will be on the market when current owner 95-year-old Ralph Wilson passes away.

The report says that Jon Bon Jovi is holding meeting with NFL owners and managers to collect input for a potential bid. It is not clear if Richie Sambora recent departure from Bon Jovi is helping Jon Bon Jovi make the investment decision. According to a just released TMZ report, Richie Sambora said that he will be back with Bon Jovi and the departure is of temporary nature.

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