Russell Wilson is quite busy these days.

In addition to leading the Seattle Seahawks to the best record in the NFL, Wilson was also drafted by the Texas Rangers and is now an executive at Alaska Airlines.

Wilson was named honorary "chief football officer" at Alaska Airlines, which Nick Eaton reports is the first step in a multi-year partnership between the 25-year-old quarterback and the airline.

As part of the promotion, anyone wearing a Russell Wilson jersey and flying out of Seattle will have priority boarding from now until the end of the NFL season. It's a pretty sweet deal, seeing as many other airlines charge an extra fee for this luxury.

Wilson is having a stellar year, and his 105 QB rating through 15 weeks is good enough for sixth in the league. His 508 rushing yards are the most among any quarterback except Terrelle Pryor.

Unfortunately for Wilson, he will be unable to personally take advantage of the jersey promotion because Seattle's final two games are at home.

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