The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, April 23, 2019

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The Five Biggest Questions Ahead Of The NFL Draft (The Ringer) The run-up to Thursday night’s big event hasn’t provided many concrete answers—only more questions.

Warren’s Massive $640 Billion Student Loan Cancellation Questioned Over Fairness To Students Who Paid Off Their Debts (Fox News) “You better retro that and pay back all of us who diligently paid our loans back in full if you pull this bull—-,” wrote a Twitter user.

Will Cain Offers Controversial Take In Defense Of Kate Smith On ESPN (Awful Announcing) “It’s an absolute and utter fool’s errand to go back through history, decades, someone who’s been passed away for 30 years, incidents that occurred eight decades ago, and apply modern historical standards to something you can almost reach a century.”

Facebook Hires Top State Department Lawyer And Bill Gates’s Former PR Chief (Wall Street Journal) Facebook is bringing on a new top lawyer and a communications boss to handle the mounting regulatory and public-relations issues facing the social-media giant.

Why Robert Kraft’s Legal Team Could Have Trouble Preventing Release of Day Spa Videos (SI) If the videos go online, there is no practical way they can be permanently removed from the Internet.

Scoop: Joe Biden’s 2020 Announcement Message (Axios) When Joe Biden announces for president later this week, he’ll open his campaign with a “climate of the nation” message that takes on President Trump but doesn’t directly attack any of the other 2020 Democrats.

Capitals’ Alex Ovechkin Robbed Of Tying Goal, Later Ejected For Mocking Ref (Yahoo! Sports) Game 6 of the first round playoff series between the Washington Capitals and Carolina Hurricanes was quite the up-and-down contest for Alex Ovechkin.

How Tech Founders Are Trying To Disrupt — And Replicate — The Giving Pledge (Recode) About 1,500 people have signed the Founders Pledge — eight times the number who have signed the Giving Pledge — which has led to about $360 million in commitments that have been fulfilled, according to the organization.

Odell Beckham Jr. Unleashes Giants Frustration In Epic Twitter Rant (New York Post) The polarizing wide receiver laid into his former team, tweeting about the infamous boat trip, his trade to the Browns and his standing in the Giants’ locker room among other things.

Inside The Quietly Lucrative Business Of Donating Human Eggs (Wired) Donating eggs can be lucrative, with agencies paying as much as $50,000 per cycle in some cases.

W.N.B.A. Games To Air On CBS Sports Network In New Deal (New York Times) CBS Sports Network, a cable channel, will televise 40 regular season games during the coming W.N.B.A. season, which starts next month.

 

 

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