The Daily Outkick: Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Gronk Is Back And Reunited With Tom Brady. What Does That Mean For The Bucs? (The Ringer) With Rob Gronkowski joining Brady, Mike Evans, and Chris Godwin in Tampa, the Bucs appear ready to compete in the NFC—and their 2020 season might just be a party.

Oil Prices Stabilize After Hitting Lowest Level Since 1999 (Wall Street Journal) Fall in the value of oil has reverberated across energy markets, hitting the value of oil companies.

Where ESPN’s NFL Draft Model Thinks Your Favorite Player Is Going (538) Here is a sortable, searchable table featuring all 199 of the players in the early projections, along with their draft-slot projections.

Netflix Has Replaced TV As The Center Of American Culture — Just Look At The Viewership Numbers (CNBC) Netflix added 15.8 million global subscribers in the quarter.

Justin Herbert, Homegrown Football Hero, Looks To Relocate (New York Times) The Oregon quarterback has leaned on his brothers and the comforts of home to stay ready for the N.F.L. draft.

The Global Experiment Of Exiting Lockdown (Axios) The global coronavirus crisis is entering a trial-and-error phase as countries begin to tiptoe out of lockdown.

The Man Who Runs Ohio State’s Pass Rush Factory (SI) Chase Young and the Bosa brothers likely wouldn’t be the superstars they are today without the coaching of Larry Johnson.

Coronavirus: Earliest COVID-19 Deaths In Bay Area Occurred In February, Not March (Mercury News) New test results confirm the novel coronavirus was responsible for deaths in the Bay Area earlier than medical officials initially believed.

Tucker Exposes The Scandal Behind Chris Cuomo’s Quarantine (Fox News) Tucker Carlson calls out CNN for staging Chris Cuomo’s reemergence from his basement after battling coronavirus.

NHL Reportedly Scraps Neutral-site Plan, Now Eyeing One City Per Division To Finish Season (Sporting News) According to Sportsnet, the league would bring in teams from each division to a city to complete the regular season. One idea being floated is to play tripleheaders each day per location.

Can The Coronavirus Be Spread Through Farts? (New York Post) The smell may be hell but the mist could leave you pissed.

Pac-12 Networks’ Mark Shuken Says Apple May Bid For Primary Rights, Tech Firms “Told Us They Want To Be In This Space” (Awful Announcing) Apple is reportedly only interested in primary rights, not lower digital rights.

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