The Daily Outkick: Thursday, April 25, 2019

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Kyler Murray’s Stature Adds Intrigue Right At The Start (New York Times) Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray is widely considered to be the best quarterback available in this year’s N.F.L. draft.

Netflix Fights To Keep Its Most Watched Shows: ‘Friends’ And ‘The Office’ (Wall Street Journal) Hollywood studios that licensed old TV shows to Netflix are getting into streaming and want their hits back.

Cardinals Must Weigh Options With Top Pick In NFL Draft — Including Trading It Away (Sporting News) The Cardinals general manager has to this point shown a great poker face, hiding well his intentions on what he’ll do with the team’s first overall pick.

The Co-founder Of Blue Apron Has His Next Big Idea, And It Involves Heirloom Chicken (Washington Post) Cooks Venture and FreshDirect collaborate to bring pasture-raised, slow-growth chickens direct to consumers.

The Rockets Will Likely Get Their Finals Rematch, But Will They Get The James Harden They Need? (The Ringer) Despite needing 26 shots to score 26 points and logging nearly as many turnovers (five) as assists (six), Harden came through with several critical plays down the stretch of Game 5

The Man Who Solved ‘Jeopardy!’ (538) James Holzhauer has taken the game to its logical conclusion.

2019 NFL Draft: Redskins Owner Reportedly Takes Over Team’s Draft, Apparently Looking To Make Move Into Top Five (CBS Sports) Owner Daniel Snyder has “taken over the first round of the draft” for Washington, which means things could get crazy.

Facebook Expects To Be Fined Billions By U.S. Government (Axios) The FTC could slap Facebook with a multibillion-dollar fine as a result of an ongoing investigation into Facebook’s handling of data privacy.

Watch: Kyler Murray Signs With Nike, Releases Ad Ahead Of NFL Draft (SI) “I’ve always dreamed of being a professional athlete,” Murray says. “But honestly, I want to be the best that ever played the game.”

9-time Grammy Winner Lady Gaga Went Bankrupt And Was $3 Million In Debt After Her Monster Ball Tour (CNBC) “I remember I called everybody and said, ‘Why is every­one saying I have no money? This is ridiculous, I have five No. 1 singles.’ And they said, ‘Well, you’re $3 million in debt.’”

Gov. Reynolds’ Signature All That’s Needed To Bring Legal Sports Betting To Iowa (Omaha World-Herald) The measure allows betting on most sporting events through Iowa’s 19 state-regulated casinos.