Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones loves him some Jon Bon Jovi.

Shortly after arriving at the Ritz-Carlton Buckhead for the NFL's annual May meeting, Jones delivered several glowing remarks about the rock star who wants to join the exclusive club and reportedly is interested in pursuing the Buffalo Bills.

A sampling of comments from Jones about Bon Jovi:

"Jon Bon Jovi is first-class. You shouldn't equate creativeness in any way with compromising solid, sound, people you want to live by you next door, true American, true citizen. Jon Bon Jovi is that."

"I don't know of anyone that I have more respect for as a father or as a husband or, certainly, as a potential business partner. ... He's qualified to become an NFL owner."

"All owners know of him. He's committed. He's very genuine."

Bon Jovi wouldn't have the financial wherewithal to buy the Bills himself. He has been linked with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment executives Larry Tanenbaum and Tim Leiweke.

Jones on Toronto as an NFL market:

"We certainly want to create every opportunity we can to involve more fans. At the end of the day, it's my town against your town, Cowboys against whoever we're playing. To the end that we can create more rivalries and involve larger viewing audiences, populations, that's something that you have to look at when you get a chance to, and that's the debate between Buffalo and Toronto."