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NFL Team Is Reportedly Selling A 25% Ownership Stake

A detail view of the NFL logo on the goal post stanchion before the AFC Championship Game between the AFC Kansas City Chiefs and the Tennessee Titans at Arrowhead Stadium on January 19, 2020 in Kansas City, Missouri.
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After an impressive finish to the 2023 NFL regular season, the Buffalo Bills once again looked like a tough team to beat in the AFC and perhaps a team that could go the distance in the playoffs with superstar quarterback Josh Allen playing like an MVP candidate.

Unfortunately for Buffalo, the team failed to live up to expectations in the postseason once again, with Patrick Mahomes and the defending Super Bowl champions coming to town and getting another playoff win against the Bills in order to advance to the AFC Championship Game against the Baltimore Ravens.

The Chiefs eventually went on to beat the Ravens in convincing fashion and then go head-to-head with the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl in an epic battle that resulted in back-to-back titles won by Andy Reid’s squad.

With the Chiefs going on to add another trophy to their trophy case, the Bills had to go back to the drawing board this offseason in hopes of putting together a championship-caliber roster for the 2024 campaign.

However, in the meantime, it appears that the team has opened the door for someone to buy 25% of the franchise, according to Tim Graham of The Athletic.

With the Bills being one of the best teams in the league and potentially staying that way for some time with Allen under center, Buffalo will certainly get some major interest from potential buyers, which means this 25% stake might not be available for long.

It’ll be interesting to see how things unfold in Buffalo and what the future holds for this team moving forward.

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