Bo Jackson has a message for Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who is moonlighting as a two-sport athlete.

Don’t Just Do It.

A day after he arrived at White Sox camp, the club’s newest ambassador and most famous two-sport athlete in history addressed the media on Tuesday on a variety of topics. Included in the session was advice for the Super Bowl winning quarterback, who has spent time in camp with the Texas Rangers this month.

An All-Star in both baseball and football, Jackson said his advice for Wilson is the same he offers to kids who attend his Bo Jackson’s Elite Sports complex in Lockport, Illinois.

“Stick to what got (Wilson) in the headlines, not baseball,” Jackson said. “Twenty-five or 30 years ago when I did it, I’m not trying to say anything negative about other athletes, but the talent pool wasn’t that deep. In this day in age, with all the high-tech training, computer-engineered workouts and the proper food and diet, if you try to concentrate on two sports, I guarantee you’re going to ride the bench in both because the talent is that deep. Stick to whatever sport you’re comfortable with and let everything else go.”