Don Shula, N.F.L. Coach Who Won, And Won, And Won, Dies At 90 (New York Times) He had more victories than any other coach in the league and the only perfect season in its history, all while helping to shape pro football’s modern era.
California Is First State To Borrow From Federal Government To Make Unemployment Payments (Wall Street Journal) Illinois, Connecticut receive approval for federal loans of up to $12.6 billion, $1.1 billion, respectively.
John Lynch Goes Inside The 49ers’ Blueprint To Get Back To The Super Bowl (SI) The 49ers’ GM walks us through an offseason of transition, move-by-move, as he searches for ways to reload for another run.
How The Media Has — And Hasn’t — Covered Tara Reade’s Allegation (538) Rather than dominating the news cycle, former Senate staffer Tara Reade’s recent allegation that former Vice President Joe Biden sexually assaulted her has been slow to receive coverage in many outlets.
The Once And Future Sneaker King (The Ringer) Like Michael Jordan himself, the Air Jordan 1 was an instant hit. But the sneaker’s renewed reign 35 years later isn’t just about greatness. It’s about the stories that build the myth.
The Meat Shortages Are Here: Costco And Kroger Warn Of Limited Supply (New York Post) The meat shortages have come sooner than expected — likely thanks to the hoarders.
2020 NFL Strength Of Schedule: Colts Have The Easiest Ride, While Falcons Face Tough Tests (CBS Sports) We’ll find out later this week exactly when and where each of the (hopefully) 256 regular season’s games will be played, but we actually already know a lot about the schedule for the 2020 season.
Treasury To Borrow Record $2.99 Trillion In Second Quarter (Axios) The borrowing is a result of nearly $3 trillion in spending that Congress has enacted since the start of the pandemic.
Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski Inspire Latest Cringeworthy Trademark Filing (Yahoo! Sports) According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, there are currently two active trademark applications for “Tompa Bay Gronkaneers.” Seriously.
Newsom’s Office Refuses Records Request On ‘Murky’ $1B Mask Deal With Chinese Company (Fox News) Gov. Gavin Newsom, the Democrat from California, has denied a public records request from the L.A. Times seeking details into a nearly $1 billion deal for protective masks from a Chinese car manufacturer.
What You Need To Know About The KBO On ESPN (For The Win) ESPN has reached a deal with the Korea Baseball Organization to broadcast one game a day from the KBO.
San Antonio Movie Chain Reopens Early, Attracts 3,000 Customers On First Weekend (Hollywood Reporter) Texas is among a number of Southern states lifting stay-at-home orders and giving the okay for certain businesses to reopen if they limit capacity to 25 percent.