Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and safety Earl Thomas joined Richard Sherman behind the scenes at the White House.
The stars donned aprons and stepped into the kitchen with "sideline reporter" Michelle Obama during their visit commemorating their Super Bowl win.
The video was posted to "Let's Move," part of program developed by the First Lady to fight childhood obesity.
The players created a dish of salmon cakes and succotash. And they did it with some humor. At one point, Thomas asks for a bottle of water, which Sherman runs into the scene to intercept.
The video spoofed Sherman's famous post-game interview from the 2014 NFC Championship.
This isn't the first time Sherman has spoofed his viral interview. Earlier this spring the cornerback made a commercial for the Swedish Cancer Institute.
This commercial also isn't Sherman's first one made in the kitchen. He's made a few cooking videos on the Follow Channel on YouTube.
In November, Richard and his brother Branton made meatball gushers, combining the Italian meat dish with the fruit snack.
Apparently, his focus on nutrition has increased since then.