Richard Sherman On Kevin Hart’s ‘Cold As Balls: Cold Calls’
We at VannDigital share today’s season 4 premiere of Kevin Hart’s hit Laugh Out Loud sports talk show "Cold As Balls", now returning as a 5-episode special edition titled "Cold As Balls: Cold Calls" which takes fans from the cold tub to the couch, as Hart interviews athletes from their homes. Each guest will call directly into the show without Kevin knowing who’s on the other line beforehand.
The new season jumps off with San Francisco 49ers cornerback and Super Bowl champion Richard Sherman as he shares what he’s been up to while under quarantine, opens up about the times he’s been stereotyped as a Black athlete, and discusses the importance of giving back to his community.
Episode highlights include:
- Sherman confirms he has no plans to retire soon “The game, as I’ve gotten older has only gotten easier.” - 3:21
- The amount of newfound respect both Sherman and Hart have developed for their wives through quarantine.
- Richard Sherman talks about graduating from Stanford and the problematic stereotype of being labeled as a “well spoken” athlete. “I can use the same vernacular, same vocabulary as the right guy next to me without pigment in his skin but you don’t call him well-spoken because that’s the expectation." - 1:17
Additional guests this season include Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, NFL legend and former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb, Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry, and Los Angeles Clippers All-Star Paul George.