One of New Jersey's all time favorite rockers Jon Bon Jovi and his group would keep the Buffalo Bills in Buffalo if they become owners of the NFL franchise.

The report which appeared at espn.com, says the team is basically locked into their current stadium until 2019 because of a "strict relocation clause" included in their lease agreement.

According to published reports, Bon Jovi, along with the family of Edward Rogers, deputy chairman of a huge Toronto communications company, and Larry Tanenbaum, the chairman of the company which controls the Toronto Maple Leafs of the NHL and the Toronto Raptors of the NBA, is trying to buy the Bills, fueling speculation of the team's potential move to Toronto.

With this news, maybe that bar in Buffalo that banned Bon Jovi music in protest of the possible moved can lift the restriction and somebody can play "I'll be There For You" or something!