'Niagara Bills' group would be 'hard to beat': Source

Buffalo Bills tight end Scott Chandler (84) celebrates a touchdown during the second half with fans...

Buffalo Bills tight end Scott Chandler (84) celebrates a touchdown during the second half with fans against the Cincinnati Bengals at Ralph Wilson Stadium last season. (Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports)

John Kryk, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 3:11 PM ET

We've established the unlikelihood of the NFL approving a Toronto bid group to buy the Buffalo Bills.

At least a Toronto bid group intent on relocating the franchise to Toronto at first chance early next decade.

The only known Toronto bidder -- confirmed by QMI Agency in April -- is co-led by rocker Jon Bon Jovi and Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment chairman Larry Tanenbaum. The duo and their group had been planning to eventually relocate the Bills to Toronto.

But what if Bon Jovi and Tanenbaum permanently, and earnestly, abandoned such an intention?

And what if they were to team up with a Western New York billionaire, or billionaire family? Say, the sons of Jeremy Jacobs, long-time owner of the NHL's Boston Bruins?

 


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