Bills coach Rex Ryan pranks Patriots' Edelman on conference call

Posted at 2:08 PM, Sep 28, 2016

Rex Ryan certainly isn't letting Patriots week escape without getting a few laughs in.

Known for his rivalry with the New England Patriots, and most notably, their head coach Bill Belichick, the Bills head coach has made it a point to have some fun with his opponents in past years, and this one is no exception.

On Wednesday, he took advantage of another opportunity to do so. Scheduled to speak with the media at 12:05 p.m., Rex entered the media room as reporters were huddled around the conference call of New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman -- one that started about 10-15 minutes later than it was supposed to.

Sensing a great opportunity, Rex Ryan pranked Edelman, said he was 'Walt Patulski of The Buffalo News,' and asked him flat out if he's playing quarterback on Sunday.

The results are pretty hilarious:



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