The Daily Outkick: Friday, April 24, 2020

Joe Burrow Is The No. 1 Pick. Will He Be The Savior The Bengals Need? (The Ringer) In an NFL draft dominated by unknowns, Burrow to Cincinnati was the only sure thing.

How CEOs See Today’s Coronavirus World (Wall Street Journal) The leaders of Netflix, Snap, Coca-Cola and other companies discuss the changes occurring during the Covid-19 pandemic

Packers GM Addresses Decision To Draft Jordan Love, Admits He Has Not Yet Spoken To Aaron Rodgers (CBS Sports) The Green Bay Packers made the most surprising move of the 2020 NFL Draft when they selected former Utah State quarterback Jordan Love with the No. 26 overall pick.

Coronavirus Map: Tracking The Global Outbreak (New York Times) While the outbreak is a serious public health concern, most people who contract the coronavirus do not become seriously ill, and only a small percentage require intensive care.

After All That, Tua Lands In The Perfect Spot (SI) As it turned out, his “fall” only lasted four picks, and he landed in the perfect place.

Michigan Gov. Whitmer Faces Protest Outside Her Home As Lawmakers Mull Curbing Her Powers (Fox News) Protesters gathered outside the home of Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday — the same day reports emerged that she plans to extend the state’s coronavirus stay-at-home order by two weeks until May 15.

Tom Brady’s Great Week Gets Better As Buccaneers Take OT Tristan Wirfs In NFL Draft First Round (Yahoo! Sports) “Trespassing in parks, breaking and entering … just making myself at home in Tompa Bay,” Brady tweeted.

Trump Says He May Extend Coronavirus Social Distancing Guidelines To Early Summer (CNBC) The coronavirus guidelines, which were first shared in mid-March and had already been extended once, were set to expire at the end of April.

Odell Beckham Goes On Furious Twitter Rant During NFL Draft (New York Post) The fireworks from Thursday’s 2020 NFL Draft didn’t come from Roger Goodell’s basement, but Odell Beckham Jr.’s Twitter account instead.

McConnell Wants Rescue And Relief To Be Accompanied By Reform. He’s Right. (Washington Post) What did McConnell say? Simply this: No more federal money to help state governments with mismanaged pension programs, absent deep reforms.

SEC Breaks Slew Of First-round Records In NFL Draft (247 Sports) The SEC needed only a few minutes Thursday to make history at the NFL Draft. By the end of night the conference owned four records.

How Soon Can Businesses Reopen During Pandemic? A Texas Suburb Takes The Plunge (MSN) Colleyville, Texas Mayor Richard Newton became the first in Texas to issue a proclamation allowing churches, retail stores, gyms, salons, massage parlors and restaurants to reopen Friday.

Frank Caliendo’s Mel Kiper Jr. Scouts The Snacks In His Pantry (The Big Lead) As the draft approached, Frank Caliendo took to his Twitter account and posted a video of himself rating the snacks in his pantry as Kiper.

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