Fertitta’s bid came in at an estimated $5.5 billion, according to the report, and he’s not considered a frontrunner.
He appears to be the other previously unnamed bidder who visited the team’s facility, along with Josh Harris.
News of Fertitta being one of the bidders fell in the wake of reports from both New York Post and TheAthletic.com which was Bezos, founder of Amazon and owner of The Washington Post banned out bidding on the leaders.
the Washington Post He did not report the fact (if factual) that Bezos was banned from bidding on the leaders. In fact, a Saturday night item from Washington Post He lists Bezos as a potential buyer without even mentioning the twice-reported bombshell that Commanders owner Daniel Snyder refuses to accept any offer from Bezos.
While each article from Washington Post Bezos’s letter includes a disclaimer that he owns the publication, yet it’s become clear that the newspaper he owns will breathe nothing of the fact that several major publications have reported that he’s been barred from bidding — or that the newspaper he owns apparently doesn’t do any of his own reporting. About the fact that Boss Bezos has been snubbed by the fully matured Boss Baby who owns the leaders.
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