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Potential Bills Owners Not Likely To Receive Votes Required To Relocate Team
Published May 21, 2014
JACOBS NOT IN BILLS SWEEPSTAKES: WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia noted when Bruins Owner Jeremy Jacobs "expressed interest in buying" the Bills in April, fans "wondered if that meant the end of stewardship" of the Bruins. But Jacobs yesterday during the Bruins' season-ending press conference "made it clear that he has no such intentions and is quite happy" as the owner of the Bruins. Jacobs said, "I can't buy the Bills, because I own the Bruins. That's not a bad place to be. I kind of like where I am" (WEEI.com, 5/20).