Joe Burrow And Tua Tagovailoa Are Still The Pinnacle Of This Year’s QB Class (The Ringer) Though Justin Herbert and Jordan Love could be late risers, the two blue-chip prospects in this draft hail from the SEC. Here’s what each will bring to the NFL.
Hundreds Of Thousands In L.A. County May Have Been Infected With Coronavirus, Study Finds (L.A. Times) The findings suggest the fatality rate may be much lower than previously thought.
The N.F.L. Figures Out How To Team-Build From A Distance (New York Times) This week, some N.F.L. teams will have their first organized football activities, even as coronavirus guidelines keep personnel away from team facilities.
Businesses Strive To Reopen From Coronavirus Shutdown (Wall Street Journal) As attention turns to restarting the American economy, companies are deploying a range of tactics to try to defend their workforces from the contagion.
Betting Big On The NFL Draft (Bleacher Report) Sportsbooks finally have a reason to smile this week thanks to the arrival of a live event for gamblers to wager on.
With Oil Below Zero, Trump To Create Strategic Petroleum Reserve Historic Buying Opportunity (Fox News) Trump applies ‘The Art of the Deal’ principles to decimated crude prices.
Anthony Fauci: MLB Could Play With Fans In Stands (New York Post) There is a potential avenue for MLB to have a season that includes some fans in its stadiums this year, albeit not nearly at full capacity, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci.
There Are Not Enough COVID-19 Tests. There Are Also Too Many COVID-19 Tests. (538) Somehow, we’re simultaneously not moving fast enough while also moving a little too fast.
MLB Discussing Three-state Plan With One Hub In Texas As Possible Solution To Start 2020 Season (CBS Sports) MLB has a few options on the table for 2020.
Georgia To Reopen Movie Theaters On April 27 (Variety) “Subject to the specific social distancing and sanitation mandates, theaters, private social clubs and restaurant dine-in services will be allowed to reopen on Monday, April 27,” Gov. Brian Kemp said.
ESPN Averaged 6.3 Million Viewers For The Last Dance’s First Episode, 6.1 Million Viewers Across Episodes 1 And 2 (Awful Announcing) The audience for The Last Dance’s first two episodes ranks as the most-watched telecast among adults 18-34 and 18-49 since sports halted across broadcast and cable networks.
The Right Way To Play Monopoly (Vox) If there were ever a good time to learn …