The Buffalo Bills will reportedly remain within U.S. borders if Jon Bon Jovi has anything to say about it.  "Toronto Sun" sports writer John Kryk says the Bon Jovi has entered into a partnership agreement with the Toronto-based group bidding on the NFL team, and is vowing to keep the Bills in Western New York as the principal prospective owner in the group. 

Reports about Bon Jovi's interest in buying the team, and possibly moving it to Canada, have been circulating for months now.  The rocker, however, has never publicly stated his intentions to do so. And that’s a good thing – many in the area who thought that was his master plan mounted a “Bon Jovi-free” zones in Buffalo in protest of the notion that he would.