Aaron Rodgers has been a regular at Milwaukee Bucks games for years. Now, the Green Bay Packers quarterback may soon be more than just a fan of the NBA franchise. A recent report from the Racine Journal Times stated that Rodgers had talked to new Bucks owners Marc Lasry and Wes Edens about joining them as part of the ownership group. After Tuesday's Packers minicamp practice, Rodgers certainly didn't deny the possibility of becoming a part-owner of the Bucks. "I don't have any update," Rodgers said. "Besides the fact that I was wearing a Bucks long-sleeve (during a recent interview)." Rodgers was then asked directly if becoming part of the new Bucks ownership group is something that interests him.