Can It Still Be ‘Euro 2020’ In 2021? Sponsors Hope So (New York Times) The coronavirus pandemic pushed the European Championship to 2021. For companies with warehouses full of Euro 2020 merchandise, it may be better to pretend nothing has changed.
Senate Approves Roughly $2 Trillion In Coronavirus Relief (Wall Street Journal) Legislation to provide direct payments to many Americans, expand unemployment insurance, offer health-care providers additional resources.
Does Bill Belichick Have Something To Prove Without Tom Brady? (538) Bill Belichick has compiled a 273-127 record as a head coach — most of that with Tom Brady as his quarterback.
Italy’s Death Toll Rises Above 7,000 — But The Number Of New Cases Declines For The 4th Day In A Row (CNBC) Glimmers of hope are being seen in Europe as the number of new coronavirus cases continues to decline in Italy, the country that has seen the most acute outbreak of the infection.
Why There’s No Market For Jameis Winston (SI) Why the former No. 1 pick of the Bucs hasn’t found a new home yet. Plus, why Jarrett Stidham may pan out, a plan if the Dolphins pass on Tua, and the latest on Jadeveon Clowney and Trent Williams.
Read: The $2 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Bill (Axios) After several days of intense negotiations and an 11th-hour standoff over a key provision, the Senate has released the final legislative text for its $2 trillion bill to combat novel coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Pistons’ Christian Wood ‘Fully Recovered’ From COVID-19, According To Agent (CBS Sports) Wood was the third NBA player to test positive for the coronavirus.
‘He Is Still In’: Bernie Could Remain In Race Through June (Politico) The Democratic primary calendar, reshaped by the coronavirus crisis, offers some incentive for Sanders to continue on.
Saints Coach Sean Payton Says He ‘Was Cleared Yesterday’ Of Coronavirus: ‘I’m Doing Well’ (Yahoo! Sports) On Wednesday, he said that his doctor has cleared him.
MyPillow, Other US Companies Making Face Masks To Meet Coronavirus Shortages (Fox News) “We have capacity to make a lot of things at big rates and we’re going to be going from 10,000 units a day to 50,000 units a day in a short period of time,” CEO Mike Lindell told FOX 9 of Minneapolis-St. Paul.
MLB Opening Day: Where To Watch Five Classic Season Openers On Thursday (Newsweek) With one of the showpiece events of the U.S. sporting calendar postponed indefinitely MLB Network will attempt to soften the blow by airing a marathon of great Opening Day moments, featuring five complete games.
Explaining Netflix’s ‘Tiger King’ And The Bizarre Country Music Of Joe Exotic (The Ringer) Netflix’s gripping new documentary, ‘Tiger King,’ brings us into a world filled with big jungle cats, pink camo guns, and alleged murder-for-hire plots. But nothing in it is as enthralling as its star’s would-be music career.