The state of New York has increased efforts to keep the Bills in Buffalo, extending a contract with attorney Irwin Raij to work on getting a new stadium that would ensure the continued presence of the team after Ralph Wilson’s survivors sell the team.
According to the AP, early offers to buy the team are a real possibility. They report that a prospective ownership group has toured potential new stadium locations and that there is an “anticipation” that the team could be sold by July. If it is, the new owners could be approved by the other owners as early as October.
The AP‘s source did not identify the potential buyers.