BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Livin' on a prayer isn't part of the plan for Buffalo Bills fans.
Not content to sit back and hope for the best as their beloved NFL team is sold, they are doing everything they can to influence the next owner to keep the franchise in Buffalo.
That includes trying to raise millions of dollars as an incentive for the next owner, signing petitions and even organizing a ban on Bon Jovi music because the band's frontman is rumored to want to buy the team and move it to Canada.
The flurry of activity began soon after the March death of owner Ralph Wilson.
The Wilson estate's legal team is expected to begin contacting prospective buyers in the next few weeks.