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Report: Rogers will not make bid on Bills



A report from the Toronto Sun Tuesday morning, has indicated that Edward Rogers III will not make a bid on the Buffalo Bills.
 
"Even though the Rogers family fortune was estimated last fall by Canadian Business magazine to be $7.6 billion, two sources said Rogers himself was not in a position to be a sole bidder for the NFL club," John Kryk reported.
 
Even though Rogers won't be heading the Toronto group to bid for the Bills, it is unclear whether Rogers will end up becoming a minority investor under Jon Bon Jovi and Larry Tanenbaum.

However, the Toronto Sun reports that "the groups once unwavering intention apparently has changed in recent weeks," when it comes to relocating the Bills to Toronto.
 
"The Bills aren't leaving western New York this decade, and probably a lot longer that that. Even to Toronto."

What was Bill Polian's most significant move as Bills GM?
  Signing Jim Kelly
  Hiring Marv Levy
  Drafting Thurman Thomas
  Trading for Cornelius Bennett
 
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