E! News reports that Adam Levine and Maroon 5 have had “extensive talks” about playing the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, which is good news for, uh…someone, I guess? Maybe? (Well, Adam Levine, presumably.) According to E!’s source, other acts that the NFL has considered are Coldplay and Bruno Mars, who performed at Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014, but Maroon 5 are the current frontrunners. Last month, various news outlets reported that Bruno Mars had been offered the headlining spot again, and Billboard reported that he would “curate” the show, so it’s possible that both Mars and Maroon 5 will be performing. A representative for Maroon 5 declined to comment, and the NFL has yet to confirm anything.