Roundup of athletes' April Fools' Day jokes

Wednesday April 1st, 2015

April Fools' Day brings out the prankster in a lot of people and athletes are no exception, so Extra Mustard is watching to see the various shenanigans players are up to.

Greg Jennings got the festivities off to a quick start by teasing that he would be announcing which team he signed with at 1 a.m. ET on Wednesday.

Warriors' Stephen Curry embarrasses Clippers' Chris Paul

When the time came, of course, Jennings had no team to announce.

Tom Brady was up next, with a clever reference to his basketball game with Michael Jordan last week.

Jimmy Fallon uses puppies to predict the Final Four

Jordan's crossover is no joke!

Posted by Tom Brady on Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Seahawks' linebacker Bruce Irvin made an attempt at an April Fools' joke by tweeting a DUI confession.

He quickly revealed that he was in fact "joking."

Baseball Reference is bringing in facial hair for April Fools

Irvin then found out many on Twitter did not think drinking and driving to be a laughing matter.

Caroline Wozniacki let her fans know that she had been bitten by the acting and modeling bug after her appearance in Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue and was retiring from tennis.

Mike Magee of the Chicago Fire fooled soccer fans on twitter by changing his profile to look like Jozy Altidore's and posting a response from the USMNT striker in regards to his red card in the team's Tuesday match against Switzerland.

Julian Edelman threw a half-hearted attempt at an April Fools joke out when he tweeted a pic of himself in a Red Sox uniform, with the hashtag #aprilfools. We expected better from the mind behind this gem.

The Sacremento Kings are putting a "52-foot tall, 6-ton cowbell" on top of their stadium. 

Keep checking back here for athletes' April Fools successes and failures.

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