Last week, Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodger became the first active NFL player to be a minority owner of a major sports franchise in the market in which he plays.

The news came at a pretty crucial time for fans of the Packers, as a report about the quarterback being frustrated with the franchise had surfaced earlier in the week. Sunday, at Game 4 of the Bucks-Celtics series in Milwaukee, Rodgers explained why he was so interested in joining the Bucks ownership group, highlighting his love for the region as one of the biggest factors in the decision process.


"I'd love to finish my career here." It doesn't get much sweeter than that for fans looking to hear confirmation from a franchise player that everything is A-okay. First order of business for Rodgers as a minority owner with the Bucks? Ensure that if Raiders punter Marquette King ever wants to watch the Bucks play that he has to personally ask him for tickets so they can have an awkward conversation about his tweet.