The Daily Outkick: Friday, April 26, 2019

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Grading The First Round Of The 2019 NFL Draft (The Ringer) Kyler Murray went no. 1, the Giants made a … surprising quarterback selection, and pass rushers on pass rushers found new teams.

Joe Biden Expresses Regret To Anita Hill, But She Says ‘I’m Sorry’ Is Not Enough (New York Times) Biden reached out to Hill through an intermediary and arranged a telephone call, hoping to assuage her. It did not go how he had hoped.

Chiefs Suspend Tyreek Hill After Audio Recording From Child Abuse Case Emerges (Sporting News) Just one day after Johnson County, Kansas, prosecutors announced that Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill would not face charges of child abuse, the saga apparently has taken a turn.

An Alleged Hate Crime At A Jewish Cafe Was ‘The Most Brazen’ A Community Had Seen. It Was All Fake (Washington Post) The owners of the cafe were arrested and charged with public mischief and accused of faking everything.

Cardinals’ Inability To Deal Josh Rosen Before Drafting Kyler Murray Is A Spectacular Fail (Yahoo! Sports) The whole quarterback trade gambit just went completely sideways for the Arizona Cardinals. And barring a trade in the next 48 hours, it gets only worse from here.

Uber Will Have A Market Cap As High As $83.8 Billion After Setting IPO Price Range For Shares (CNBC) Uber will begin its IPO roadshow Friday.

2019 NFL Draft: Best Available Prospects For Round 2 Highlighted By Drew Lock, Greedy Williams, A.J. Brown (CBS Sports) With only three quarterbacks selected in Round 1, many of the prospects found in mock drafts over the past three months are still on the table.

Amazon Wants To Be The Government’s Everything Store (Axios) Amazon has found a potentially lucrative new customer for its retail platform: government officials who spend taxpayer dollars.

NHL First-round Playoff Ratings Are The Highest In Seven Years, The Most-Watched On Cable In 25 Years (Awful Announcing) The average audience of 778,000 viewers across games was the best number since 2012.

A $5 Billion Fine From The FTC Is Huge — Unless You’re Facebook (Recode) The $3 billion to $5 billion fine Facebook says it expects from the FTC probably won’t be enough to change its behavior.

NFL Fans Were Torn Over Kyler Murray’s Pink ‘Great Gatsby’ Suit (For The Win) It wasn’t hard to find the QB in Nashville on Thursday night, as his pink pinstripe suit was easy to see from anywhere.