The Daily Outkick: Monday, April 27, 2020

‘The Last Dance’ Delves Into The Worm And The Zen Master (The Ringer) How did Michael Jordan coexist with two unique spirits in Dennis Rodman and Phil Jackson? The documentary examines their complicated but fruitful relationships that ultimately led to all-time greatness.

Studies: Coronavirus Less Deadly, More Common Than Experts Believed (Outkick) We finally have randomized antibody testing data rolling in from across the country and all of the results show this virus is far more common and far less deadly than initially believed.

Report: Former Bucs QB Jameis Winston Finalizing One-Year Deal With Saints (SI) Winston reportedly was not guaranteed that he would be New Orleans's No. 2 quarterback, as he will instead be competing against both Taysom Hill and 2020 seventh-round pick Tommy Stevens.

Do Lockdowns Save Many Lives? In Most Places, The Data Say No (Wall Street Journal) The speed with which officials shuttered the economy appears not to be a factor in Covid deaths.

Where The Major Sports Stand Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic (New York Times) A snapshot look at how the global sports calendar has shifted because of the virus.

Dow Futures Up More Than 200 Points As Oil Falls, Traders Weigh Re-opening The Economy (CNBC) S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 futures also pointed to a higher Monday open for the two indexes.

Patriots Go QB Crazy After 2020 NFL Draft, Team Reportedly Signs Two UDFA Quarterbacks After Drafting Zero (CBS Sports) The Patriots finally added another quarterback to their roster

Liz Peek: Biden Assault Allegations Turn Race On Its Head – Here's Why (Fox News) Tara Reade, a former aide for then-Sen. Joe Biden, has accused the presumed Democrat candidate of sexual assault. Evidence has surfaced that appears to bolster Reade’s allegations.

NFL Draft Was The Most-watched In History, With More Than 55 Million Viewers Over Three Days (Yahoo! Sports) There will never be another draft like the 2020 NFL draft. And there will probably never be another television audience for a draft like the one the NFL experienced either.

Facebook’s Latest Ripoff Product Is A Zoom Clone Called “Rooms” (Recode) The world’s largest social network has improved upon Zoom’s missteps for its newest familiar offering.

Someone Amazingly Recreated Kliff Kingsbury's Lavish Home NFL Draft Setup With Legos (For The Win) If there was one aspect of the 2020 NFL Draft that we can all appreciate, it had to be the inside look at the different in-home setups coaches and general managers had for this unprecedented remote draft.

North Korean Media Offers Kim Jong Un Letter As Proof He’s Still Alive (New York Post) With rumors swirling about North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a state-run newspaper tried to prove the despot is alive and well by reporting that he has sent a thank-you letter to builders in a seaside resort.