Atlanta Falcons defensive end Takk McKinley had some fun at the expense of several media members earlier Friday. The second-year player out of UCLA responded to a number of questions simply utilizing the word "good".
McKinley, who joined the team for OTA's, has 13 sacks over his first two seasons. He led the league among edge defenders with a sack rate of 6.1 percent through Week 4 of last year.
Looking to improve on his performance last season and return the Falcons to the postseason, McKinley doesn't seem to have time for questions this early on. Channeling the interview skills of Marshawn Lynch, he provided one of the quickest interviews of the NFL season so far. Outside of McKinley's health, all the media members know is that he's "good" and all he plans for the rest of the offseason is to "get good".
As if the interview wasn't good enough, McKinley took to Twitter to mock the league's clause that states players must cooperate with the media.
Along with bringing the Falcons back to the playoffs and improving on his personal stats from last season, hopefully McKinley plans on providing more impressionable interactions with the media.