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Jacobs Family "Deeply Engaged" In Discussions About Bills Ownership

04 / 24 / 14

Members of the Jacobs family, which owns the Bruins and Delaware North Cos., are "deeply engaged in discussions about the future" of the Bills, but a "key member would not say whether they would make an offer for the team," according to a front-page piece by Stephen Watson of the BUFFALO NEWS. Delaw...

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