The Associated Press reports the sale of the Bills is entering its "final stage."
The Buffalo News reports two Los Angeles-based groups were interested in purchasing the Bills until "discovering how much opposition there would be to moving the team."
Donald Trump has advanced to the second round of bidding on the Bills.
The Associated Press reports the Jon Bon Jovi-fronted ownership group interested in buying the Bills has "conducted a feasibility study into buying the (team) and building a stadium in Toronto."
The Bills' financial advisers have begun distributing the organization's financial information to prospective buyers.
WKBW Buffalo's Jeff Russo reports Sabres owner Terry Pegula and his wife are expected to make a bid on the Bills, and are "determined to win (it)."
Former Buffalo Sabres owner Tom Golisano is interested in buying the Bills.
Two NFL owners tell the Buffalo News' Tim Graham they "fully anticipate" the Toronto-based ownership group fronted by rocker Jon Bon Jovi to bid on the Bills even if the team is required to stay in Buffalo.
A source with "knowledge of the dynamics of team ownership" believes Donald Trump could gain league approval if he's serious about buying the Bills.
Donald Trump insists his interest in buying the Bills is legitimate.
The Toronto Sun reports rocker Jon Bon Jovi is part of a Toronto-based ownership group that plans to bid on the Bills.
The Buffalo News reports the Bills could have a new owner as early as October.
Mary Wilson has taken over as controlling owner of the Bills.
Bills owner Ralph Wilson died on Tuesday.