​The NFL combine is famous for asking incoming rookies weird questions intended to throw them off. 

Bo Scarborough was asked if he thought God was an Auburn fan, Braxton Berrios was asked about Bitcoin and ISIS, and Texas Punter Michael Dickson was asked if he had the eye of the Tiger.

Derrius Guice was also asked a personal question, but this one may have crossed a line:

​​Guice isn't the only player over the past few years who has been asked this type of question. In 2015, Eli Apple faced a very similar question from the Falcons. 

"It was weird. I was just like, 'No.' He was like, 'If you're going to come to Atlanta, sometimes that's how it is around here, you're going to have to get used to it.' I guess he was joking, but they just ask most of these questions to see how you're going to react."

More concerning for the NFL is the legal implications these types of questions could have in the future. 

​​Whether this has legal ramifications or not, it's just a bad look for the league. he NFL should be focused on maintaining a clean public image. 

This will do them no favors.