Found June 15, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Roger Goodell
Getty Images According to Ed Kilgore of NBC 2 in Buffalo, there are multiple groups ready and anxious to make a pitch to Bills owner Ralph Wilson when he’s ready to sell the team.  This is something that will ultimately have to happen since no one in the Wilson family wants the team once the 93-year old owner passes away. Right now neither Wilson or NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will acknowledge that multiple groups are gearing up to make a bid for the team, since they don’t want any distractions that would keep them from focusing on football. Even though Wilson can’t guarantee that the Bills will remain in Buffalo once they’re sold, that’s ultimately what he hopes and wishes for.  
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