Former Buffalo Sabres owner Thomas Golisano is on the list of those interested in buying the Buffalo Bills, according to multiple reports.
Golisano joins rock star Jon Bon Jovi, real estate mogul Donald Trump, current Sabres owners Terry and Kim Pegula, and former Bills quarterback Jim Kelly and his brother Dan as prospective buyers.
The team was put on sale after Hall of Fame owner Ralph Wilson died in March.
Golisano was added to the list just as team officials moved on to the next process of the sale -- meeting with groups that had already submitted non-binding bids.
Trump reportedly made his presentation first in the Detroit-area on Wednesday.
The Pegulas and Bon Jovi's Toronto-based group were also scheduled to attend presentations, which provide prospective buyers with an opportunity to receive detailed financial and background information on the franchise to help them prepare their formal bids. Those bids are expected to be due within three weeks.
The Kellys were also invited to the presentations but it is not clear if they submitted a bid or will join an investment group.
The Bills are expected to name a prospective owner by the end of September and will be presented to NFL owners for approval in early October.
Golisano expressed an interest in purchasing the Bills in May. He lives in Florida, but is a western New York native. He made his fortune by establishing Paychex, a Rochester-based payroll firm.