Richard Sherman talks about the ongoing feud with Darrelle Revis, his Hall of Fame chances, Tom Brady and more.

It’s fitting that two of the NFL’s best cornerbacks of the last decade on the podcast “All Things Covered” cut it in a fun, informative conversation about everything from Tom Brady to the Hall of Fame. And includes the Great Corner. . Richard Sherman recently joined hosts Patrick Patterson and Bryant McFadden to discuss a variety of topics from his highly decorated NFL career.

Sherman, who recently ended his 11-year playing career, discussed his friendly rivalry with Peterson that centered on who claimed the mantle as the NFL’s top cornerback. can do. The competition helped both players reach for rarefied air. Patterson and Sherman have combined for 13 Pro Bowl nods. Both players are also members of the NFL’s All-Decade Team for the 2010s.

“You really pushed me,” Sherman told Patterson. “You really set the bar for me and the barometer of where to chase.”

Sherman doesn’t have the same relationship with Darrelle Revis, who was one of the NFL’s other elite cornerbacks during that era. Sherman said he never felt there was mutual respect between him and Reeves, who won the Super Bowl at the expense of Sherman’s Seahawks at the end of the 2014 season.

“I don’t think Pete and I ever had anything personal,” Sherman said. “With Revis, I don’t know if he ever saw me as a peer. … You’re not going to talk to me at all, like I’m just a jerk.”

Sherman is still in no rush to discuss Super Bowl XLIX, a game that, if Seattle had been able to beat New England, would have given the Seahawks a strong argument as the best team of the decade. Sherman, however, is happier talking about his relationship with Tom Brady, who went from adversary to teammate after Sherman joined the Buccaneers in 2021.

“It’s coming full circle like it’s been really great,” Sherman said of his relationship with Brady. “He reads really hard (expletive). I’m like, ‘After 22 years, aren’t you bored watching the movie?'”

Brady will undoubtedly be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame five years after he retires. Sherman hopes he and Patterson will find the gold jacket and bronze statue sometime down the road.

“I think we deserve it,” Sherman said. “I think it’s going to happen but I don’t want to assume because it would be a huge disappointment.”

Tune in to the latest “All Things Covered” episode to hear Sherman’s thoughts on the comparison between Brady and Russell Wilson, his favorite Marshawn Lynch story and what he misses from Antonio Brown’s famous walk-off, among other topics. Must watch the interview. During the game at the end of the 2021 season.