Jon Bon Jovi still interested in Buffalo Bills purchase?

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Rock star Jon Bon Jovi reportedly submits paperwork confirming his interest in buying the Buffalo Bills.

Rock star Jon Bon Jovi has reportedly submitted paperwork to express an interest in purchasing the Buffalo Bills.

The singer is part of a group that was linked to the sale of the franchise following the death of owner Ralph Wilson earlier this year.

According to The AP, the group interested in buying the team includes Bon Jovi as well as Larry Tanenbaum, who is the chairman of the group which owns in the NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs and the Toronto Raptors of the NBA.

Bon Jovi, whose son Jesse Bongiovi is a cornerback for college side Notre Dame Fightin Irish, has previously expressed on interest in owning an NFL team, and reportedly met with commissioner Roger Goodell last month.

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