Report: Bon Jovi has lunch with Goodell

June, 20, 2014
Jun 20
On Thursday, the Toronto Sun reported that the law firm handling the Bills' sale, Proskauer Rose, distributed documents to potential buyers of the Buffalo Bills, kick-starting their sale process.

Donald Trump later confirmed he was contacted by the firm, while the Associated Press reported that Terry Pegula, the Buffalo Sabres' owner, also received documents.

Meanwhile, another potential buyer of the Bills was busy Thursday. The New York Post reported rock star Jon Bon Jovi and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell had lunch in New York City. A source told the publication that Bon Jovi had a "pen and paper with him at the table."

Read into that as you will. The Toronto Sun reported earlier this spring that Bon Jovi is expected to partner with Larry Tanenbaum, chairman of Toronto-based Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, to bid on the Bills.

Mike Rodak

ESPN Buffalo Bills reporter



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