Got this from the Jags MB, I'm looking for a link... Former Jaguars All-Pro tackle Tony Boselli recently returned to Jacksonville to help run the Whataburger franchises he and Redskins quarterback Mark Brunell own in that city. Boselli also had an interesting meeting with Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver. It seems Boselli talked to Weaver about a group he is involved with that is interested in buying the team. It is believed several people from the Whataburger company would be involved. Weaver has told all suitors he is not interested in selling. But when he is, he could have two bidders right in his own backyard. In addition to Boselli's group, Bill Foley, the CEO of Fidelity National Financial, which recently re-located the company to Jacksonville, is said to be eyeing a potential purchase of the team. Weaver paid $140 million. The talk is he's being offered more than $700 million now.