It should come as no surprise given his down-home country-boy demeanor, but Browns running back Peyton Hillis likes to hunt wild boar.
"It's crazy," Peyton Hillis says with a Southern twang.
His eyes burn as he explains to the microphone- and notebook-toting city folk media who are asking how someone hunts a wild boar.
"You get a team of boys together, a bunch of dogs, you get (the boar) up against a tree and shoot him or cut him," Hillis says.
The Browns running back, an Arkansas native, stares as if he's explaining addition to a third-grader.
"It's simple," he says.
Oh, and Hillis is also trying to corral Browns teammates into participating in a two-week cattle drive from Wyoming to Canada this summer. Yep. That's our guy.
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