Report: Golisano potentially partnering with Scott Congel in Bills bid
Within the past two weeks, the intentions of former Buffalo Sabres owner and billionaire Tom Golisano in regards to the Buffalo Bills have been identified. With the newest report, some details of Golisano's potential bid on the franchise have been unveiled.
According to John Wawrow of The Associated Press, Golisano has not only made his intentions of bidding on the team known to officials of the Buffalo Bills, but a potential financial partner in the purchase has also been found. The billionaire has been linked to developer Scott Congel, son of the owner of Syracuse-based company The Pyramid Group.
According to the report, Golisano's bid on the Bills will also include a proposal for a new stadium in what was termed as "south of Buffalo." The land is owned by the company and developer Golisano intends to partner with.
The former Sabres owner is estimated by Forbes to be worth $2 billion. Keep checking back for more details as they become available.
**Photo courtesy of The Associated Press