Here's how Joe Burrow has been spending his quarantine time leading up to the 2020 NFL Draft
With quarantine keeping us indoors and at home, there’s only so much people can be doing to pass the time. Even NFL Draft prospects are limited on what they can do right now.
On Monday, Jimmy Burrow, the father of former LSU quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow, joined the Paul Finebaum Show to talk about how his son is handling the situation with a life-changing moment ahead. Like the rest of us, the quarterback seems to be taking it pretty easy.
Joe Burrow has apparently been binge-watching The Office and Law & Order and dialing up some video games over the last few days while at home with his parents. It also sounds like he’s eating quite a bit, too.
Jimmy Burrow says his son, Joe Burrow, has been living at home during this time, playing video games in the basement and watching The Office and Law & Order with his parents. "His mom has been cooking him about four or five meals a day."
— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) April 20, 2020
Who says future NFL stars are all that different from you and me?
It’s an unprecedented time in our country, and the ongoing pandemic is something that has affected us all in one way or another. Even college football stars and future draft picks are having to take it a little easier while inside.
Joe Burrow is expected to be the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, taken by the Cincinnati Bengals. If he’s really that close to his hometown, he may keep getting four or five meals per day from his mom for a little while longer.