Bon Jovi 'would do the right thing', keep Bills in Buffalo: Jaworski

Ron Jaworski at the MLK Day of Service at Girard College. (Hugh Dillon/WENN.com)

Ron Jaworski at the MLK Day of Service at Girard College. (Hugh Dillon/WENN.com)

JOHN KRYK, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 6:09 PM ET

PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- Former NFL quarterback Ron Jaworski reiterated Monday why he thinks his good friend, rocker Jon Bon Jovi, would keep the Bills in Buffalo should his bid group succeed in purchasing the team.

Bon Jovi possesses the prospective controlling share in a roughly equal-thirds group that also includes MLSE chairman Larry Tanenbaum and the Rogers family, both of Toronto.

QMI Agency reported Saturday that the group intends to inform the trust selling the NFL club it would keep the team in Western New York, if successful.

That was a change in direction from the spring when, when sources in the position to know told QMI Agency the group intended to move the club to Toronto at first opportunity, which would not come until either 2020 or 2023, because of the Bills' restrictive lease at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

Bon Jovi has never said publicly anything about buying the Bills, let alone whether he'd move the team.


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