Arian Foster goes British in interview

Orchestrated press conferences are generally dull affairs, cut-and-dried "talk about ... " and "what does it mean ... ?" question-and-answer sessions that both players and media could do in their sleep. So a tip o' the bowler to the Houston Texans' Arian Foster, who decided to do his weekly press conference in a wobbly but passable British accent.

You can hear snippets above and the full version below. It's sort of Sid Vicious meets Crocodile Dundee, as imitated by Dick Van Dyke in "Mary Poppins." Benedict Cumberbatch has nothing to worry about.

Best part? When some reporter offers up an Australian "mate," and Foster replies, deadpan and American, "I'm going for England here, bruh." Here's the full version:

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