The Daily Outkick: Thursday, February 27, 2020

Collective Bargaining Overshadows Day 3 Of The Combine (The Ringer) he proposal for the document that would govern the league for the foreseeable future is headed to the players for a vote, but some stars aren’t happy.

Stocks Fall As Virus Fears Show No Signs Of Easing (Wall Street Journal) U.S. Treasury yields slide below Wednesday’s record close on investors’ anxiety about economic growth.

Where Do Old QBs Fit In The New NFL? (SI) As Mahomes and Lamar usher in a new age of offensive football, how do Brady, Rivers and Brees fit in an NFL they dominated for so long.

CDC Confirms First Possible Community Transmission Of Coronavirus In US (CNBC) The CDC doesn’t know exactly how the patient, a California resident, contracted the virus.

The Highest And Lowest Wonderlic Test Scores Ever Recorded (CBS Sports) A look at the history of the test and what the scores mean.

Could Joe Biden Be In Trouble In South Carolina?  (538) The state will be the first big test of black voters’ preferences in the Democratic primary.

Deontay Wilder Saying He Trained With A 45-pound Vest Makes His Outfit Excuse Look Worse (For The Win) the former WBC heavyweight champion has unleashed plenty of excuses to explain what went wrong on Saturday night.

Obama Demands South Carolina Stations Stop Airing Misleading Anti-Biden Ad (Axios) It’s a rare intervention by Obama, whose former vice president is facing a critical primary in South Carolina on Saturday. Obama has said he has no plans to endorse in the Democratic field.

Dan Le Batard, Clay Travis Feud Over Canceled ESPN Show (New York Post) ESPN said it canceled the show, which was hosted by Pablo S. Torre and Bomani Jones, for poor viewership.

Hillary Clinton Took More Cash From Harvey Weinstein Than Any Other Democrat (Fox News) Federal Election Commission filings show the disgraced movie mogul bundled $1.4 million for Clinton during her presidential bid in 2016 and handed her another $73,390 dating back to her 1999 New York Senate seat run.

Maryland Rallies From 17-Point Deficit, Drills Game-winner To Escape Minnesota (Yahoo! Sports) No. 9 Maryland escaped from a 17-point hole to grab the 74-73 win in Minneapolis, thanks to a deep contested game-winning 3-pointer from Darryl Morsell with just 1.9 seconds left.

Bob Chapek’s Rise At Disney Helped By Soaring Revenue At Parks (Hollywood Reporter) The 27-year veteran of the conglomerate has worked across a number of divisions and oversaw Disney’s largest revenue-generating segment since 2018.

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