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Ravens Pro Bowl players tell the worst jokes

One Sunday in November, after another perfect performance, Ravens kicker Justin Tucker went for it.

Realizing his kicking ability was unassailable, Tucker began his post-game press conference with an awful joke, for which he quickly, sheepishly apologized.

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Tucker's comedic shortcomings well-documented, two other Ravens Pro Bowl players flopped at joke-telling in a viral video published today by New York media company Whistle Sports.

This time, it was kind of the point, as Eric Weddle and Kyle Juszczyk were two of several NFL players trying to make opponents laugh with silly street jokes.

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"What do you call a pig that does karate?" Weddle asks Bills linebacker Lorenzo Alexander.

"A pork chop." No laugh.

"What did the football coach say to the broken vending machine?" Juszczyk poses to Bears running back Jordan Howard.

"Give me my quarterback." Even less of a reaction.

Howard gets Juszczyk to crack, however, when he asks how dinosaurs pay their bills. (With Tyrannosaurus checks).

Perhaps the best reaction is drawn by former Ravens offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele, who adds a little wiggle to his head and soprano to his voice to get a laugh out of Raiders teammate Rodney Hudson.

Roast Battle this is not.

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