Russell Wilson and Ciara's son Win takes first steps while attending Seahawks practice

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Russell Wilson and Ciara's son Win might have a future in football. Win took his first steps while attending Seattle Seahawks practice Wednesday, which seems like a good omen when you're a child of a professional athlete.

Wilson tweeted about the milestone, showing off pictures of Win taking his first steps.

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Win has been close to walking for a few weeks now. On July 24, Ciara posted a video of Win standing on his own. The caption read: "Waiting for that 1st step like."

Russell Wilson prepping for another year with Seahawks

While offseason rumors suggested Wilson and the Seahawks were heading for a breakup, cooler heads prevailed. Wilson is back in Seattle for now, and has said nothing but positive things about that development. Wilson even went so far as to say his relationship with Pete Carroll is "stronger than ever."

With Wilson still present, the Seahawks should once again be a force in the NFC. It helps that he'll throw to D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, one of the best receiving duos in the league, for another season.

Whether Wilson remains in Seattle might depend on how far the team goes in the playoffs. Another early exit, in which Wilson is under constant pressure, could result in Wilson changing his tune about remaining with the Seahawks long term.

Russell Wilson and Ciara at Seahawks practice.
Russell Wilson and Ciara took their son Win to Seahawks practice. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

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