It’s Friday and the entire country, including my readership, all want to talk about the coronavirus. Almost every question on Twitter is about the coronavirus, almost every email I’ve gotten all week has been about the coronavirus so let’s start right off the top with the direct connection between sports and the coronavirus. Namely, ten… Read more »
Releasing Todd Gurley Doesn’t Solve The Rams’ Massive Problems (The Ringer) Los Angeles released the 2017 Offensive Player of the Year and his massive contract on Thursday. But the team still has some big contract decisions coming up and little draft capital with which to bolster its roster. US Futures Point To 800-point Opening Gains… Read more »
Tom Brady In Tampa Bay? It’s Not As Weird As It Sounds (New York Times) Brady has been synonymous with New England over his 20-year career with the Patriots. But landing with the quirky Buccaneers might give him an even better shot at success this year. China Reports No New Domestic Coronavirus Infections For The… Read more »
On today’s Outkick the Show, Clay Travis shared his thoughts on the NFL’s free agent market with Nick Foles leaving the Jacksonville Jaguars to sign with the Chicago Bears, the Los Angeles Chargers ostensibly choosing to ignore the free agent quarterback scene and start the 2020 season with Tyrod Taylor at QB, and the questions… Read more »
I know there is coronavirus doom and gloom everywhere you look on social media right now — in particular with viral predictions of millions of coronavirus deaths on the horizon — but I believe most people are missing the key detail in this outbreak: the number of daily new infections. Don’t focus on the raw… Read more »
Why Tom Brady Chose The Buccaneers (The Ringer) The greatest quarterback of all time is going to … Tampa Bay? It may seem like an odd marriage at first, but a deeper look at the details shows this union makes plenty of sense for both sides. U.S. Futures And Global Stocks Resume Falls (Wall Street… Read more »
On today’s Outkick the Show, Clay Travis shared the latest in the NFL’s free agency and featured stories on Tom Brady, Cam Newton, Reddy Bridgewater, and Jameis Winston. Clay also shared his latest thoughts on the coronavirus and its ongoing impact on the U.S. economy.
It’s Tuesday and not even the news that Tom Brady is leaving the Patriots or the coronavirus can keep us from cranking out a new edition of the anonymous mailbag. As always send your anonymous mailbag questions to email@example.com, anonymity guaranteed. Okay, here we go: “Is it irresponsible to refuse to postpone a destination wedding… Read more »
This news broke in our final segment of the Outkick radio show and below is my immediate reaction. FoxBet, by the way, has the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the big favorite to sign him. FoxBet has made the Bucs a big betting favorite to sign Brady. https://t.co/zaiFiGEHdn — Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) March 17, 2020 Tom… Read more »
Marcus Mariota Lands With Raiders In Free Agency After Benching In Tennessee (Yahoo! Sports) The No. 2 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft is headed to Las Vegas. U.S. Stock Futures Whipsaw On Global Market Jitters (Wall Street Journal) Stock markets were jittery following a punishing selloff at the start of the week amid… Read more »
On today’s Outkick the Show, Clay Travis commented on the coronavirus, the free agency frenzy in the NFL, what the NFL’s CBA means to the average fan, and the opportunity to buy affordable stocks in the U.S. Stock Market.
N.F.L. Players Vote Yes On New 10-Year Labor Deal (New York Times) The vote paves the way for the addition of a 17th regular-season game, an expansion to the playoffs and increased minimum salaries. US Moves Nearer To Shutdown Amid Coronavirus Fears (AP) Health officials recommending that groups of 50 or more don’t get together… Read more »
On today’s Outkick the Show, Clay Travis provided his reaction to President Trump’s press conference regarding the coronavirus. Clay called it a “home run” and praised the Trump administration’s decision to partner with leaders from the private industry to combat the virus quickly and efficiently. Clay also suggested the NCAA act quickly to offer college… Read more »
It’s Friday and we are completing the wildest sports week of my life. Honestly, I’m not sure there’s even a close second. With that in mind, let’s dive into the Friday mailbag: Brett writes: “Sending in my Friday Mailbag question via email because I’m still at work and have to pretend I’m not scrolling through… Read more »
Twenty-Four Hours When Sports Hit The Halt Button (New York Times) With coronavirus cases on the rise, baseball, hockey, college basketball and other sports took a knee. U.S. Stock Futures Jump After Dow’s Worst Day Since 1987 (Wall Street Journal) European stocks rise after governments and central banks announced measures to cushion the impact of… Read more »
On today’s Outkick the Show, Clay Travis commented on the coronavirus and how it caused the wildest day in the history of sports…ever.
NBA Suspends Season After Jazz’s Rudy Gobert Tests Positive For Coronavirus (Washington Post) Gobert was the Jazz player who tested positive for coronavirus, according to multiple people with knowledge of the situation. The Athletic first reported Gobert’s positive test. Bear Markets Are ‘The Sale Of The Century’ For Long-term Investors, Says Financial Advisor (CNBC) “Selling… Read more »
On today’s Outkick the Show, Clay Travis commented on the coronavirus hysteria and the overreaction in the media and in the world of sports. Clay Travis also discussed the latest with the campaigns of Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, last night’s episode of The Bachelor, and the ridiculous lawsuit filed by US women’s soccer.
Bryce Harper Is Not Afraid Of The Coronavirus: ‘I Just Live My Life’ (Yahoo! Sports) “I live, man. I don’t worry about a disease or a virus. I live my life. I’m doing everything the same. I’m shaking people’s hands, I’m high-fiving. I’m healthy. I’m 27.” Biden Wins Hard-fought Michigan, Deals Major Blow To Sanders… Read more »
On today’s Outkick the Show, Clay Travis shared his opinion on the insanity surrounding the overreaction to the coronavirus and offered a solution to contain the virus in one fell swoop.