Signer Jon Bon Jovi is watching the Titans ownership situation and continues to express interest in purchasing an NFL club, sources tell Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com.
A group involving Bon Jovi reportedly bid more than $1 billion for the Bills back in 2014, but that clan was ultimately outbid by Terry Pegula for the rights to own the Buffalo franchise. However, that experience has “not dampened [Bon Jovi’s] enthusiasm” for purchasing an NFL club, and while he would have competition for the Titans if the organization hit the market, Bon Jovi would certainly be “in the mix,” per La Canfora.
The Titans are still non-complaint with the league’s single owner mandate, and while they’ve already faced NFL discipline, more fines could be forthcoming. Amy Adams Strunk maintains that she will not sell the club, but the team still has “significant hurdles” to overcome to comply with the league’s structure requirements.
Former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning, per La Canfora, also has interest in someday owning a part of the Titans franchise.
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