The Daily Outkick: Friday, March 27, 2020

The Cowboys May Have Spent Themselves Into A Bad Situation (The Ringer) After years of getting great offensive production at a low cost, Dallas had to shell out this offseason—and it’s come at the expense of depth and defense.

Americans Are Worried About The Coronavirus. They’re Even More Worried About The Economy. (538) An overwhelming majority of Americans are really concerned about the economy.

Opening Day Was Supposed To Be About Booing The Astros. Now Opening Day Is Gone. (Wall Street Journal) Baseball fans across the country were preparing to jeer Houston for its role in a cheating scandal before the season was put on hold.

What A Coronavirus Exit Ramp Looks Like (Axios) Syndromic surveillance — testing a random portion of the community — might help the U.S. get a better handle on the true prevalence of COVID-19.

Bruce Arians Says Buccaneers Will Not Sign Antonio Brown: ‘It’s Not A Fit Here’. (Yahoo! Sports) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are set at wide receiver. Head coach Bruce Arians ended any speculation the team would sign Antonio Brown, saying Brown was “not a fit here” on Thursday.

Inside Joe Biden’s Bizarre Coronavirus Bunker (Politico) Nearly everything his campaign has been turned upside down, from fundraising to how (or even whether) to attack Trump.

NFL Draft To Go On In April; Roger Goodell Memo Warns Against Public Comment (ESPN) The NFL draft will go on as scheduled April 23-25, commissioner Roger Goodell said in a leaguewide memo distributed Thursday.

Breaking Down Lamar Jackson’s Lawsuit Against Amazon (SI) One of the NFL’s biggest superstars is suing America’s online retail behemoth. How could this legal battle play out?

US Now Has More Coronavirus Cases Than Either China Or Italy. (CNBC) At the beginning of the month, there were roughly 100 confirmed cases in the U.S.

Coronavirus Protective Masks To Be Made From M.L.B. Uniform Material (New York Times) The deal will send masks to health professionals in the Northeast with the distinctive pinstripes of the Yankees and the Philadelphia Phillies.

MLB, MLBPA Reach Agreement On Draft, Service Time, Salary Advances Amid COVID-19 Pandemic (CBS Sports) The good news here is the league and the players are agreeing on things.

‘Tiger King’ Star Joe Exotic Files $94M Lawsuit, Wants Presidential Pardon (New York Post) The “Tiger King” wants to be freed from his cage.

Peyton Manning Surprises University Of Tennessee Students In Online Class (People) The Super Bowl champion is an alum of the University and encouraged communications students to “keep a positive attitude.”

How Showbiz Executives Are Adapting To The New Work-From-Home Lifestyle (Variety) In the effort to carry on with regular business as much as possible, the Great Stay-Home Phenomenon has also yielded plenty of comedic material.

Harlem Globetrotters Legend Fred ‘Curly’ Neal Dies At 77 (Fox News) Curly was known for his impressive shooting, ball-handling skills, his smile and iconic bald head.

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