The Seven Deadly Sins Of The Coronavirus (Outkick) Clay Travis decided to catalog the seven deadly sins of our coronavirus response with a deep dive into where we are right now and how we got here.
Report: Christian McCaffrey, Panthers Agree To 4-Year, $64M Contract Extension (Bleacher Report) It’s hard not to compare the timing of this extension with Todd Gurley II’s rapid downfall out West.
States Move To Coordinate On Reopening Plans (Wall Street Journal) Trump says federal government—not governors—will make the final call on sending Americans back to work and reopening closed businesses.
How Trent Dilfer Crafted Tua Tagovailoa’s Pre-Draft Program; Urban Meyer On Ohio State Prospects (SI) Trent Dilfer was tasked with putting together a pre-draft program for Tua Tagovailoa that not only prepared him for a virtual pro day but for a 15-year career.
Dow Futures Jump 300 Points Ahead Of Earnings Season (CNBC) The S&P 500 and Nasdaq futures also pointed to Tuesday opening gains.
N.F.L. Bows To Marijuana’s New Status (New York Times) The league’s new labor agreement eased rules about players’ use and caught up with many sports that had already liberalized their policies.
The Next Coronavirus Testing Debacle (Politico) Four things to know about serological tests.
Tua Tagovailoa Is A Can’t-Miss QB Prospect. So Why Is He The NFL Draft’s Biggest Question Mark? (The Ringer) Tagovailoa’s injury history has raised red flags in league front offices. But other concerns about his talent ring hollow—and seem to overlook just how remarkable the QB was at Alabama.
Coronavirus-stricken Chris Cuomo Trashes CNN Gig During Radio Show Meltdown (New York Post) Chris Cuomo’s coronavirus-induced fever may have subsided but the CNN anchor was red hot on Monday.
Each NFL Quarterback Prospect Explained Using One Throw (For The Win) “One play” should set off your SMALL SAMPLE SIZE alarms, but I feel these plays are representative of a quarterback’s entire body of work.
Apple And Google Want To Turn Your Phone Into A Covid-tracking Machine (Recode) The new contact-tracing tool, explained.
LOOK: Colts Announce New Secondary Logo And Minor Uniform Changes To Honor Home State (CBS Sports) The Colts are honoring their past with these savvy new changes.