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Report: Jon Bon Jovi in talks with Falcons

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By PFW staff

Falcons owner Arthur Blank and rock star Jon Bon Jovi have held talks in which Bon Jovi would buy 15 percent of the franchise for $150 million, according to an ESPN.com report.

Blank confirmed that the two have been speaking about the matter, but he said they were "discussions that are unlikely" to lead to a partnership.

Bon Jovi, a New Jersey native, owned the Philadelphia Soul, an Arena Football League team, from 2004-09.

Blank wants to build a new outdoor stadium in the Atlanta area, and adding more minority partners could help finance the project.

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