The Daily Outkick: Friday, April 17, 2020

PGA Tour Announces Mid-June Return In Texas (New York Times) Golf officials are preparing to restart the season by hosting a tournament in Fort Worth, Texas, without spectators.

Trump’s Guidelines To Reopen Economy Put Onus On Governors (Wall Street Journal) Three-phase process encourages states to make data-based decisions.

The NFL Has More QBs Than It Knows What To Do With. How Did This Happen? (The Ringer) As many as four QBs could be taken in the first round of the draft. Cam Newton and Jameis Winston are still without a team. Suddenly, there’s an oversupply of competent passers in the league.

Dow Futures Rally After Gilead Coronavirus Drug Reportedly Shows Effectiveness (CNBC) Dow Jones Industrial Average futures indicated an opening gain of about 625 points. S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq 100 futures also pointed to gains.

Zoom-Bombs, Bad Passwords, And A Big Target: Why NFL Draft Season Is Ripe To Be Hacked (SI) An unprecedented draft season left NFL teams relying on technology like never before, and—according to security experts and hackers—left them more vulnerable than they might have imagined.

How Are Americans Adjusting To Life In A Pandemic? (538) We’ve gotten several more surveys asking Americans how they feel amid the crisis and how it has affected their lives. Here’s the latest.

Why Players Like Jalen Green Heading To The G League Won't Hurt College Basketball As Much As You Think (CBS Sports) Top prospects going pro out of high school is nothing new and won't really hurt college basketball.

Michael Davis: Biden And The New York Times – Where’s The Standard On Sex Assault Allegations Now? (Fox News) The Times is failing to live up to its vaunted reputation as America’s newspaper of record, a source of objective truth and partisan neutrality.

Broncos' Elway Building Around His Quarterback For A Change (AP) For the first time in four years, John Elway didn’t spend his offseason analyzing quarterbacks ad nauseam.

Even Astronauts Get Ornery: Coronavirus Advice From Those Who Have Endured Social Distancing In The Extreme (Washington Post) Astronauts have a lot to teach us about how to survive the great covid-19 lockdown of 2020. So do explorers and scientists.

The Browns Say They're Not Trying To Trade Odell Beckham Jr., But They Should Be (Sporting News) Just when you thought rumors about the Browns trading wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. might be heating up again, they just as quickly cooled off — for now.

New Federal Coronavirus Guidelines Specify When Movie Theaters Could Reopen (Variety) The plan, dubbed “Opening Up America Again,” sets a series of proposed benchmarks, or “gating criteria,” that states and regions would have to satisfy before they could start to relax social distancing restrictions and business closures.

Dodgers Pitcher Joe Kelly Accidentally Smashes Window During His Quarantine Throwing Program (For The Win) With the world largely hunkered down during the global COVID-19 pandemic, athletes everywhere have been forced to get creative with their workouts.