Could the Buffalo Bills team be sold as early as October?

Could the Buffalo Bills team be sold as early as October?

According to Tim Graham of the Buffalo News, the sale of the Buffalo Bills could occur very soon.  Today a few days after long time owner Ralph Wilson Jr. passed away at his Detroit home, his widow Mary Wilson took over as the new team owner.  In an article produced by Tim Graham of the Buffalo News, the team could be sold as early as October.

While much of the focus on the Bills’ future understandably has been on building a new stadium and the next owner being able to wriggle out of the lease in 2020, a high-ranking Bills source informed me the team’s sale is on a much faster track than fans probably expected.

A sale must be approved by 75 percent of the owners, and that vote could take place as early as their annual October session. The Bills will start evaluating offers within the next few months.

The source said a more likely timetable to vote on the Bills’ sale would occur later than that — perhaps at the annual labor meeting in December or the annual owners meetings in March — but October is possible.

Hopefully the owner would be willing to keep the team in the city of Buffalo.  There have been reports that Donald Trump, and Terry Pegula could become potential bidders on the Franchise.

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