CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie is flying to the west coast for ownership meetings.
Commissioner @RandyAmbrosie will be in Vancouver Friday to meet a number of groups interested in purchasing @BCLions. He will present his vision for @cfl including 2.0. From there they will look for formal offers with hopes of completing a sale by end of 2019 @TSN1040 @CFLonTSN pic.twitter.com/fakVLzMeGE
— Farhan Lalji (@FarhanLaljiTSN) September 12, 2019
78-year-old David Braley bought the Lions in 1996 and stood behind the franchise through the ups and downs. B.C. is currently 1-10 last place in the CFL under general manager Ed Hervey and rookie head coach DeVone Claybrooks.
Current president Rick LeLacheur has been tasked with finding a potential buyer for the franchise. Ambrosie has been included in the process. Braley wants the new owners to be able to carry on the team for many years to come.