Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson won't have much time to brood over his costly interception at the end of Super Bowl XLIX as he'll be switching jerseys and getting back to work fairly soon -- with the Texas Rangers.
Wilson, who was selected by Texas in the 2013 Rule 5 draft, has again accepted an offer to appear at the Rangers' spring training complex in Surprise, Arizona.
Rangers general manager Jon Daniels, who has been in touch with Wilson since November, said Tuesday that the NFL quarterback is expected to be in camp with the Rangers, but details have yet to be ironed out.
Last year, Wilson met with Rangers players, fielded ground balls, took turns in double-play drills and watched an exhibition game.
As a minor leaguer, Wilson spent two seasons in the Colorado Rockies system and hit .229 with 15 stolen bases in 61 total games.
Calvin Watkins of ESPN.com contributed to this report.