Hip-hop mogul Diddy wants to buy the Carolina Panthers - and NBA star Steph Curry is keen on getting involved.
Current owner Jerry Richardson announced on Sunday that he will sell the NFL franchise at the end of the season amid allegations made against him of workplace misconduct.
In a video posted on his Instagram account, Diddy, whose real name is Sean Coombs, suggested his first move would be to bring in free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Kaepernick, formerly of the San Francisco 49ers, began sitting or kneeling for the national anthem ahead of games last season, in protest at perceived racial injustice, and the movement spread throughout the league and beyond.
Diddy, 48, also posted a series of tweets confirming his interest in becoming the first majority African American NFL owner.
"I would like to buy the @Panthers. Spread the word. Retweet!" he posted, followed by: "There are no majority African American NFL owners. Let's make history."
Two-time NBA MVP Curry, who is from North Carolina and a huge Panthers fan, responded: "I want in!"
The Panthers are valued at $2.3billion by Forbes, and with Diddy said to be worth $820million, the hip-hop star would certainly need some help.
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Dustin Hopkins missed a 34-yard field goal attempt which would have won the game with 2:09 left in the extra period and the game finished 27-27 - only the fifth tie in the NFL since 2012 but the second in the space of as many weeks.
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The 39-year-old quarterback, a five-time winner of the league's Most Valuable Player award, guided the Denver Broncos to victory in Super Bowl 50 last month when they beat the Carolina Panthers 24-10.
"When you look at everything Peyton has accomplished as a player and person, it's easy to see how fortunate we've been to have him on our team," Broncos executive vice-president of football operations and general manager John Elway told the team's website.