1. Former New Orleans Saints/ Rams kicker Tom Dempsey passed away at the age of 73 due to complications from the coronavirus. Dempsey, who was born without toes on his right kicking foot, was best known for kicking a then record 63-yard field goal for the Saints in 1970.
2. Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay is donating over 10,000 N95 masks to the Indiana State Department of Health to be distributed to hospitals in need to help protect doctors and nurses working with COVID-19 patients.
3. The North-South High School All-Star football game, which was scheduled for May, was canceled due to the coronavirus crisis game coordinator Hector Spathias said.
4. Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett headline the Class of 2020 that will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in August.
5. Houston Astros pitcher Justin Verlander will donate his weekly paycheck during the coronavirus shutdown to organizations that are helping with relief efforts.
6. CIF announced that high school spring sports are officially canceled for the year due to the coronavirus crisis.
7. Former Houston Astros catcher Evan Gattis said that “we obviously cheated baseball and cheated the fans. I feel bad for fans.”
8. On this day on 1992 Duke beat Michigan 71-51 to give the Blue Devils and Coach Mike Krzyzewski back to back NCAA titles.
9. Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell, who was the first African American player to sign with the Washington Redskins, passed away Sunday at the age of 84.
10. “One time I fell asleep in the dugout. I was wearing Oakleys so nobody really knew until someone hit a homer and I didn’t get up to give high 5’s. In my defense it was a day game after a night game.” – Former MLB pitcher Dan Haren via Twitter.