A collection of my greatest hits (and a few misses). All tweets were retweeted by the players, unless otherwise noted.

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Steelers fans: There is no such thing as "Timmons Nation," right?

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And I'm guessing no one's ever said, "Vikes For Life For Might," either?

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Ken Hamlin is playing it cautious on this whole earthquake thing. He's still surveying the situation, not gonna commit one way or the other.

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Patrick Peterson was the first to show concern for Liza's bizarre birthday woes.

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Trolling 101.

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Not to imply none of the players got the joke. Take Henry Melton, for instance.

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This is Henry Melton's profile pic, by the way.

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Maybe you've never heard of Mistral Raymond ...

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... but he gets jokes too.

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Of the 200 players in this study, only Raiders rookie cornerback DeMarcus Van Dyke had his mom respond.

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D.J. Moore and Liza are on the same page about this whole preseason business.

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More than a few fans looked into the odd woman with whom their players were tweeting and protested that Liza wasn't who she seemed. Heightman14, for instance, wasn't having it.

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I didn't get Kory Sheets's number wrong on purpose, but doing so led to what was by far the saddest response.

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LenDale is not willing to risk the possibility that he read this wrong.

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Oh my God, Vernon Turner, you totally killed this joke.

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I picture Liza revving up, then jumping out of her chair as she types this.

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Keith Bulluck does not recognize time paradoxes.

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My biggest disappointment in this project is that all three of my cries to alums of "Noter Dame" fell upon deaf ears.

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Swung for the fences on this, but whiffed.

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My finest work.

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