BUFFALO, N.Y. - Billionaire businessman Donald Trump has made it well known that he is interested in owning the Bills and will definitely be making a bid soon. But his remarks Monday night on Fox News were also peppered with his concern that he will not be the winning bidder.

Trump was one of many prospective owners who weeks ago received a packet with information on the team. Trump, and other interested parties have until tomorrow to return a non-disclosure agreement, which would give them access to more detailed financial information on the Bills.

Trump told Greta VanSusteren, "I'll be bidding. Many other people will be bidding. And I would say the chances are very, very unlikely because I'm not gonna do something totally stupid. Maybe just a little bit stupid, but not totally stupid."

Trump joins Sabres owner Terry Pegula, former Sabres Owner Tom Golisano, and rocker Jon Bon Jovi's Toronto group as individuals who have been connected to possible bids for the team.