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Morgan Stanley to oversee sale of Bills franchise

Rochester Business Journal
May 21, 2014

The Buffalo Bills have hired Morgan Stanley to oversee the sale of the franchise, and New York City law firm Proskauer Rose LLP will serve as counsel for the transaction, representatives said Wednesday on the team’s website.

The two firms will begin to contact prospective buyers within 30 days, representatives said.

Bills founder Ralph Wilson Jr. died March 25. His wife, Mary Wilson, assumed control of the franchise days later.

The sale process is designed to ensure franchise compliance with the National Football League’s rules and regulations and to agreements with Erie County and New York State contained in its lease of Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, representatives said.

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