Jon Bon Jovi Was At Atlanta Falcons-Green Bay Packers Playoff Game, According To Report

Jon Bon Jovi, who’s reportedly looking to buy at 15 percent share in the Atlanta Falcons, attended the team’s playoff game against the Green Bay Packers last month, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Alexis Stevens reports. That’s just about the last game you’d like to see attended by a potential $15 million investor, especially in the midst of a push for a new stadium, but Aaron Rodgers happens.

Stevens:

Wearing a black and red shirt and jacket combo, Bon Jovi posed for a picture with former Falcon Warrick Dunn, who now is a limited partner in the franchise.

So this adds something to Chris Mortensen’s report that Bon Jovi and Arthur Blank have been talking business, especially since the musician was rocking team colors. Based on the only photo we have in our database of Bon Jovi not performing at a pregame show, he’s been wearing red and black a lot lately. That pic up above was taken at this year’s Jets-Patriots playoff game, which was the day after Packers-Falcons.

Some have wondered what exactly Bon Jovi, a New Jersey native, would be doing looking to own a slice of a team in NASCAR country. Well, Blank is from New York originally, so.

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