Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson might be headed to ABC's Dancing With the Stars this spring for season 20; that is, if he wins the Super Bowl.

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Wilson is slated to lead his Seahawks in the Super Bowl on Feb. 1 against the New England Patriots and if Seattle ends up winning, he may be putting on his dancing shoes. As Examiner recalled, Wilson made a big proclamation back in October, as seen on pro Karina Smirnoff's Instagram page:

"So....calling out @dangerusswilson "if I win this year's #SuperBowl, I'll do next season of @dancingabc #DWTS" ~R.Wilson. Ok-Should we hold him to it?!?!" Smirnoff captioned in a photo of the two of them.

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Three months later, Wilson is that much closer to possibly winning the Super Bowl with his Seahawks. The question is, will he wish to take a break with the next season of Dancing With the Stars premiering in March?

Either way, athletes have a pretty high success rate on Dancing With the Stars and he could very well join fellow NFL players Emmitt Smith, Hines Ward and Donald Driver as winners of the dance competition.

Dancing With the Stars will very likely desire Wilson to compete in the next season, especially if he does well in the Super Bowl. The show sought out Olympic ice champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White after their star turns in the 2014 Winter Olympics, with the former winning the Mirrorball trophy.

With or without Wilson, Dancing With the Stars is set to premiere Monday, March 16 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.