Richard Sherman's Fake Gmail Inbox Is the Best Thing You'll See Today

Richard Sherman's Fake Gmail Inbox Is the Best Thing You'll See Today
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Do you want all Richard Sherman all the time? 

No, you do not.

At this point, we’re all just about Sherman’d out and would be better off walking in the woods for the next 11 days to avoid the sonic water boarding of coverage regarding the Seattle Seahawks cornerback. However, before you feed your cell phone to the fire and head for the tree line, take a gander at one last bit of Richard Sherman-flavored content.

The good people at Mandatory.com (h/t John Ferensen Next Impulse Sports) have put together an image depicting the current state of affairs in Sherman’s Gmail inbox—and it’s probably the best thing to come out of this entire situation.

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Click here for the full picture.

This bit of sublime work covers just about every angle of the Sherman situation and then some.

The injured NaVorro Bowman feels spurned, Erin Andrews is displaying symptoms of the thirst and Eli Manning has misplaced his “good dog” Etch-A-Sketch—a magnum opus of incalculable value.

Everyone will have their personal favorite, but the crowning instances of this work might be in the Gmail Chat section. Philip Rivers is yelling at his dogs, which is by far the most realistic and hilarious component of this entire rendering.

Another honest observation is Roger Goodell's status. The commissioner is displeased—ahem—with the media circus surrounding Sherman's rant and disgusted just thinking about the throngs of lukewarm viewers who will tune in on Super Bowl Sunday for the sole purpose of gawking at this cocky philistine and his dreadlocks.

Speaking of dreadlocks, rap artist Busta Rhymes and alien super hunter Predator have taken steps to distance themselves from the Seattle Seahawks cornerback in light of recent events. Their shared hairstyle is only a coincidence, and they will not be associated with Sherman's brand of malevolence.

Thus goes the inbox of one Richard Sherman: Vile “thug,” Stanford man and walking paradox to the masses.

 

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