Star cornerback Richard Sherman munches on some wings, enters the restaurant biz

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SEATTLE — The best corner in the game might be gunning for a new moniker.

Perhaps something like, “The Best Restaurateur in Seattle.”

On Saturday, Richard Sherman was on hand at the grand opening of Wing Stop in Westwood Village at 2600 SW Barton Place. Sherman announced weeks ago on his Instagram he is part owner of the restaurant.

“I have been a Wingstop customer since I was a kid growing up in Los Angeles,” Sherman said in a release. “That’s when I discovered the brand and the difference that made-to-order quality brings to the wing experience.”

Guests at the Wing Stop would receive five free wings from 1 p.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

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