Buffalo Bills Circling The Wagons: Team Bids, Nigel Bradham


Jan 20, 2013; Buffalo, NY, USA; Buffalo Sabres Buffalo Sabres owner Terrence Pegula (center) meets with fans before the game against the Philadelphia Flyers at the First Niagara Center. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

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As bids for the sale of the Bills were due Tuesday by 5pm, we now can see who made a bid as well as who did not.  It is reported that Sabres Owner, Terry Pegula put a bid in for over 1 Billion, which could give the Bills the highest selling price ever for an NFL team.  We know that Jon Bon Jovi also put in a bid as well.  Donald Trump was the third and final player in the bidding process to submit a bid.  1 outspoken bidder did not place a bid by the deadline. [Time Warner Cable]

For issues stemming from last year, and the charges being dropped due to an illegal search and seizure, Nigel Bradham finds himself suspended for 1 game, a punishment handed down by the league.  Why it took so long, and why it wasn’t done last year is a question that will probably never be answered, but either way Bradham will miss the first game of the season.  [FanSided]

Jon Bon Jovi is probably the most hated man in Buffalo right now.  One of our own, made it quite clear as well, Andre Reed spoke out on Bon Jovi and the possibility of moving the team. [USA Today Sports]

There are 5 major position battles going on with the Bills right now.  We had previously looked at them as camp started and broke them down as to what possibilities could come from them.  Here is an update on those 5 major position battles for the Buffalo Bills. [ESPN]

As training camp continues for the Bills, and the younger players and even rookies begin to come out of their shells, what veterans may be looking on the outside in come the first and second round of cuts? [Bleacher Report]

Doug Marrone has a positive outlook on a recent contract extension that Bills running back, Fred Jackson, had just signed.  Jackson signed a contract extension in hopes of retiring as a Bill.  He stated that he is “one step closer” to his goal. [BuffaloBills.com]