Richard Sherman celebrates Seattle's win over San Francisco in January. / Elaine Thompson, AP
Many people have imitated Richard Sherman's raucous post-game interview after his Seattle Seahawks clinched a spot in the Super Bowl this year. Now it' is Richard Sherman's turn, mocking himself in a new video for first lady Michelle Obama's healthy eating initiative.
After Sherman and other Seahawks are shown preparing a meal of salmon cakes and succotash in the White House kitchen, the first lady - portraying Fox Sports sidelines reporter Erin Andrews - interviews the all-star defensive back.
"Richard, take me through your final plate," Obama asks Sherman.
"Well, let me tell you!" Sherman shouts. "We're the best chefs in the game!"
Back in January, Sherman famously told Andrews "I'm the best corner in the game!" after his tip of a San Francisco 49er pass was intercepted by a teammate, sending the Seahawks to the Super Bowl they would win two weeks later.
In his video with Obama, Sherman calmly explains the value of healthy eating for young people.
"You've got to put the right fuel in your body," Sherman says.
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