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BUFFALO, N.Y-Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is one of, if not the most influential and outspoken owners in the NFL.

Earlier this week during the NFL owners meetings in Atlanta he spoke to Two On Your Side's Adam Benigni about the Buffalo Bills and their future in Western New York.

Jones had high praise for one potential buyer musician Bon Jovi, who also happens to be a friend of Jones.'. "I don't know of anyone that I have any more respect for as a father, or as a husband, or certainly as a potential business partner," Jones said at the Ritz-Carlton Buckhead during the NFL's spring owners meetings. Jon Bon Jovi is first class."

Jones would not specifically comment on the Bills future but did say that the NFL has to always be looking to expand its fan base.

"We always ought to be looking for ways to improve not only the growing of the pie, but also growing the fan base," he said. "And to the extent that you can involve more fans in any team location is something to be considered."

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