Sport Mike Williams: Player asked at combine how he would kill someone

03:50  19 april  2017
03:50  19 april  2017 Source:   Larry Brown Sports

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He asked how Williams would kill someone , with a gun or a knife. Williams said he would never put himself in that situation in the first place. Sounds like the right answer to us. Mike Williams projects to be a top-10 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, with Bleacher Reports’ Matt Miller selecting Williams with

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Mar 4, 2017; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Clemson Tigers wide receiver Mike Williams catches a pass during the 2017 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. © Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports Mar 4, 2017; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Clemson Tigers wide receiver Mike Williams catches a pass during the 2017 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium.

The NFL combine is notorious for putting players through rigorous testing — both physically and mentally. In addition to being measured, working out, and doing drills, players also are interviewed at the combine, where they are subjected to a slew of odd questions.

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“There’s been some pretty weird questions, but I can’t really remember them. You get some weird questions. Somebody I know said he got a question, ‘How would you kill someone? Would you use a gun or a knife?’ That’s what somebody said (they were asked),” said Williams.

“I wouldn’t know how to answer that. I would tell them I wouldn’t kill anybody, I wouldn’t be in that situation.”

Well, Mike, I do believe you did hit on the answer they were looking for. They probably want someone who says they’re not going to kill anyone rather than a player who says he’s thought about how to kill someone. If a player is methodically talking about murder, that would raise some serious red flags, especially when you have this guy in the news.

Here’s video of Williams' comments:

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The combine is also the home of the infamous player interviews. According to LSU safety Jalen Mills, he was asked “If you wanted to kill a guy, would you kill him with a gun or a knife?”

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