Jesse Ventura and Aaron Rodgers are being considered by RFK Jr. as potential running partners.

NBC News reported Tuesday that independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is contemplating New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers and former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura as running mates.

Kennedy stated in an interview last month that he will likely choose a VP within 30 days. 

 The self-imposed deadline passed in early March without notice.

The Jets and Rodgers did not reply to calls for comment. Ventura was unavailable for comment.

Ventura, 72, became Minnesota's first Reform Party governor in 1998.

He declined reelection after one term. After missing the first game of the 2023 season due to injury, Rodgers, 40, a future Hall of Fame quarterback with a Super Bowl victory and four MVP honors, is expected to play this year.

Following their shared opposition to Covid vaccinations, Rodgers endorsed Kennedy, 70, last year. 

Rodgers posted Kennedy's answer to President Joe Biden's State of the Union address on X on Tuesday afternoon, stating, “This is presidential.”

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