Levine and his band Maroon 5 are in talks to perform during Super Bowl 50's halftime show next year at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, CA, E! News reported.
According to a source, the NFL views Maroon 5 as their frontrunner for the gig although they've also reportedly discussed other acts including Coldplay and Bruno Mars, who recently performed at the 2014 Super Bowl but was invited back to "curate" the performance.
The Super Bowl show usually has a special musical guest but there are no rumors yet as to which singer or band might join Levine and his group onstage.
The Super Bowl, set to air in February 2016 on CBS, is perennially the most-watched television event of the year. The halftime performance portion of the broadcast typically draws in well over 100 million viewers.
Representatives of the NFL and Maroon 5 declined comment when contacted.