Buffalo, NY -- Hall of fame quarterback Jim Kelly is looking for a group to join forces with in buying the Buffalo Bills. But what is his game plan?
Kelly has teamed up with Amherst native Jeff Gundlach as minority partners, which means they'll be part of a larger bid. In the meantime, 2 On Your Side's Sports Director Adam Benigni reports he's also had talks with former Sabres owner Tom Golisano about joining his bid.
The Buffalo News reports the former Bills' quarterback turned down an offer from Bon Jovi and the Toronto group, and Kelly wasn't able to reach an agreement with Donald Trump earlier in the sales process.
Golisano is due for his initial meeting with the trust this week. Still, Sabres owner Terry Pegula remains the front runner for the Bills, and it seems he and his wife, Kim, intend to bid alone.
As far as the sale timeline, there is still a chance NFL owners could approve the team's new owner by the October league meetings.