Mary Wilson took control of the Buffalo Bills when Ralph Wilson died at the age of 95 last month. There has been much speculation over whether Mary Wilson will sell the team and if so, to whom will she sell. On the list of possible new owners is Jeremy Jacobs, owner of the Boston Bruins, and Terry Pegula, owner of the Buffalo Sabres.
According to an April 6 front page article in the Buffalo News regarding the ownership and sale of the Buffalo Bills, Jeremy Jacobs, whose family has owned the Buffalo-based Delaware North Companies for decades, and billionaire Terry Pegula may be interested in purchasing the Bills franchise
Also on the list of potential new owners are former Buffalo Sabres owner Tom Golisano, Buffalo Bisons owner and chairman of Rich Products Bob Rich, real estate mogul and reality television star Donald Trump and Doubleline Capital founder Jeffrey Gundlach.
Billionaires Jacobs and Pegula have the strongest ties to Buffalo and are the most likely keep the franchise playing at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Jeremy Jacobs also has strong ties to Boston, and Terry Pegula has strong ties to the Pittsburgh area. Since Boston and Pittsburgh already have NFL teams, the Bills could not be moved to either city.
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