Jon Bon Jovi is slogging forward in his chase for the Buffalo Bills.
After a week of reflection, a source close to Bon Jovi's group informed The Buffalo News this afternoon it will submit an adjusted initial bid today.
The source also confirmed the story first reported by the Toronto Sun that Bon Jovi's original bid was rejected last week. The initial offer was deemed financially insufficient and didn't include enough assurances about the Bills' long-term future in Western New York.
Sources close to the rock star and his Toronto-based partners told The News that some of Bon Jovi's influential NFL allies have suggested he walk away from the sale because the process has trampled his reputation.
But another line of thinking is that pulling out would be a bad look, too, and that Bon Jovi wants to see the process through.
Story topics: Jon Bon Jovi