NEW YORK (AP) — Commissioner Roger Goodell told NFL teams the draft will go on as originally scheduled for next month. The draft will still take place April 23-25. Goodell said in a memo obtained by The Associated Press that public health conditions are highly uncertain and there was no guarantee of significant improvement by moving it to a later date as reasons for not moving the date of the draft. It was originally scheduled for a big outdoor production in Las Vegas, but those plans were scrapped because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas’ confirmed coronavirus cases now exceed 20,000 people. The Department of Health on Monday said at least 20,257 people have tested positive for the virus, an increase of 439 from […]
By PAUL J. WEBER AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas is starting to return to work. For the first time since early April, every restaurant and retailer across the state Friday is allowed to open doors […]