The Browns were going for Dawg Pound references. They, uh, did not get that.
A Raiders' sales rep tried to sell Trask on tickets by talking about how the team hired the NFL's first female executive. That would be her.
This pudgy Draymond drawing generated a lot of jokes.
Twitter appears to have gotten the wrong Nichols here, but it's still worth wondering why they were trying to promote new episodes of Criminal Minds around an actress who hasn't been on the show since 2011.
That is definitely Sandy Koufax and definitely not Bill Nye.
Wahl's joke was seen as a serious report by many media outlets.
The Giants, Cowboys, Marlins, Brewers, Flyers and others were also affected by this Twitter shift.
No, that's not where the Vikings play.
You'd have thought pro teams would have done this already
Here we go again.
Witten doesn't like the idea of players using Twitter to criticize teams, something Bryant did Friday.
President Trump's "To Iranian President Rouhani" tweet sparked a whole lot of lyrical memes, including one from Papa Roach.
Diggins rightly took exception to Twitter Moments' claim that these NBA prospects were "the first basketball players" PUMA had signed since 1998.
"Gotta love a beat writer who bashes his team constantly but played tuba in the band in H.S. Great work @MLB."
"Gundy responded 'Face with rolling eyes, thinking face.'"
Discussion of this theory has been the funniest part of the NBA offseason so far.
"If you lose 100 lbs by August 4th then I'll attend. BUT you can't do lipo! I only want two donuts. U can have the rest. Bring your boy @michaelirvin88 too; I got some "powdered" donuts for him."
Ovi and the Caps finally got it done.