Aug 3, 2014; Canton, OH, USA; NFL fans holding a sign boycotting Bon Jovi from buying the Buffalo Bills during the third quarter of the 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame game at Fawcett Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports
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Bon Jovi and the Toronto group are at it again. They are finalists in the sale of the Buffalo Bills. Their initial bid wa rejected for being too low and also the lack of assurances to keep the Bills in Buffalo, long term. Their second bid met the financial requirements just clarification had to be done on their statements of assurance. [Sun News]
The Buffalo News follows ESPN on projecting the 53 man roster for the Bills. There still is sometime left for those players that are on the bubble to make a name for themselves and make this roster. The Buffalo News breaks down each position including the practice squad. [Buffalo News]
C.J. Spiller is still in trade talks and is possibly looking at being a new member of the Tennessee Titans or the Atlanta Falcons. The Titans have Shonn Green as their running back but with knee issues, it may not last long. [Gospel Herald]
The Buffalo Bills have a following that can’t be matched and it is shown by the ticket sales. To date, the Bills have sold more than 46000 season tickets, by far the most since the 2009 season. This is good. The Bills also announced that they would not be announcing sell outs of games to help ticket goers find better prices on tickets and not have to pay an arm and a leg. [Buffalo News]
Could there be changes to the blackout rules with the FCC and even the NFL? Right now blackout rules pertain to teams that are unable to sell out home game. When this occurs, the game will not be televised on the local and regional changes up to a specific mileage. The FCC commissioner was in town speaking about getting rid of the blackout rules making the games available to the fans no matter the ticket sales. [WGR 550]