The Daily Outkick: Friday, May 8, 2020

2020 NFL Schedule: Date And Time For All 256 Games In 2020 NFL Season, Including Texans-Chiefs Opener (CBS Sports) Find out when every team is playing during the 2020 season.

April Employment Report Is Expected To Show More Than 20 Million Lost Jobs And Depth Of Pain As US Economy Shut Down (CNBC) The report should also show how broad the damage was to the labor market, which has implications for how fast the economy can come back.

Strength Of Schedule For All 32 NFL Teams: Which Teams Have The Hardest, Easiest Schedule For 2020? (Sporting News) The only way to objectively determine who has the hardest and easiest NFL schedules in 2020 is a glance at their opponents’ records from the previous season.

Businesses Struggle To Lure Workers Away From Unemployment (Wall Street Journal) Some workers are making more from unemployment than at their old jobs, complicating reopenings.

Jim Harbaugh Proposes Sweeping Changes To NFL Draft Eligibility For College Football Players (Yahoo! Sports) The Michigan head coach sent out an open letter addressed to the “football community” on Thursday. In the letter, Harbaugh addressed several issues, but mainly focused on NFL eligibility rules for college players.

Biden Virtual Tampa Rally Runs Into Glitches, Awkwardness And Blank Screens (Washington Post) The first-of-its kind rally served as a tough lesson about the perils of remote campaigning that played out in real time.

Will NFL Rookies Suffer Without Minicamps? Probably Not. (538) Joe Burrow hasn’t practiced in front of his Bengals coaches and can’t even prepare for the upcoming season with them at his team’s shutdown facility. His coach’s advice? Coach yourself and run drills with extended family and your significant other.

States Face Economic Death Spiral From Coronavirus (Axios) Even as some states move toward reopening, the economic ramifications of having shut down will haunt them far into the future.

What Should SEC Do If Other Conferences Don’t Play Football This Fall? (Saturday Down South) We don’t know if there will be fans in the stands. What we do know is we all want college football in 2020. So what should the SEC do if other conferences balk at resuming?

Study Claims Vitamin D Levels May Impact COVID-19 Mortality Rates (New York Post) Patients from countries with high COVID-19 mortality rates, such as Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom, had lower levels of vitamin D compared to patients in countries that were not as severely affected, according to the study.

The U.F.C. Is Coming Back. Dana White Never Wanted It To Stop. (New York Times) White, the president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, has positioned U.F.C. 249 for a prime spotlight — as the first major U.S. sporting event since the coronavirus shutdown.

Experts Knew a Pandemic Was Coming. Here’s What They’re Worried About Next. (Politico) Nine disasters we still aren’t ready for.

The NFL Released The 2020 Schedule And Everyone Ripped The Rams’ Awful New Logo (For The Win) Their logo looks even worse when you see that it’s real and live to the world.

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