Daily Roundup: April 18

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Apr 18, 2019

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news:

  • You’d think the NFL, the corporate and cultural behemoth of American sports, would have a set of rules governing the attributes of a franchise quarterback. You would be wrong — not that it doesn’t try, writes ESPN’s Tim Keown.
  • Sports Illustrated’s Greg Bishop wrote about boxer Terence Crawford and his hometown of Omaha, the place that molded and shaped him and at times threatened his career.
  • Once again, ESPN and NFL Network have agreed that their reporters won’t tip NFL draft picks. Those who want the news before it’s announced from the podium will have to turn to non-ESPN, non-NFLN reporters, Awful Announcing’s Andrew Bucholtz reports.
  • For the Capitals, 2-0 series advantage has been the most dangerous lead in hockey, The Washington Post‘s Scott Allen breaks it down.

 

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