Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Russell Wilson doesn’t want to dance with the stars

Russell WilsonRussell Wilson is known amongst fans and pay per head sportsbooks for his moves in the pocket, but the player apparently turned down the chance to show his skills on the dance floor.

Pay per head sportsbooks found out that in a recent interview with Access Hollywood, the quarterback revealed that he refused many opportunities to compete on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.”

“I have been invited, twice actually,” Wilson told Access Hollywood. “After my rookie year, I got invited to do ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ and then after this year, I got invited to do ‘Dancing with the Stars.'”

Wilson admitted that even though he hopes to participate at some point and is a fan of the show, he currently wants to concentrate on his career with the Seattle Seahawks, and price per head services know how I important this is.

“I need to focus on my football career right now,” the two-time Pro Bowl quarterback said.

“I’m trying to do as much as I can in terms of winning football games for the Seattle Seahawks and our franchise. But I will do it at some point, for sure.”

And pay per head sportsbooks know that if the 25-year-old Wilson does appear on “Dancing with the Stars,” he would join a long list of former or current NFL players to compete on the television show, including Lawrence Taylor, Emmitt Smith, Jerry Rice, and Jacoby Jones.

“I’m gonna do it at some point,” Wilson said. “I’m gonna definitely do it. I love ‘Dancing with the Stars.’ I love watching it. I love dancing myself. So hopefully I can win it.”

It already was a very busy offseason for the player, who last month helped lead Seattle to the franchise’s first Super Bowl championship.

A former Colorado Rockies draft pick, Wilson is set to attend on Monday the Texas Rangers’ spring training complex and work out with the team. Pay per head sportsbooks saw that in December, the Rangers selected Wilson in the Rule 5 draft.

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Last week, Wilson also said that at some point after his playing career he would like to own a professional team, and pay per head sportsbooks would certainly not mind seeing this happen one day.