The Daily Outkick: Thursday, March 7, 2019

We’ll Know Which NFL Teams Are Paying Attention At The Draft (The Ringer) There were lessons to be learned from the combine about which players are most desirable in the modern NFL.

Mark Zuckerberg Says He’ll Shift Focus To Users’ Privacy (New York Times) Facebook would change from being a digital town square to creating a type of “digital living room.”

This Is Maybe The Most Depressing Play Of LeBron’s Entire Career (Deadspin) The Lakers lost again Wednesday night, their fourth loss in a row, and eighth in ten games. They’re dead.

Clay Travis: Charley Casserly on Kyler Murray

Democratic Divide Over Omar’s Remarks Tests Pelosi’s Ability To Unify Caucus (Washington Post) The focus is again on Rep. Omar (D-Minn.) and remarks about “loyalty” to Israel.

ESPN Got Hilariously Petty By Cutting Bill Simmons Out Of An Adam Silver Interview Clip (Awful Announcing) Apparently, the ESPN-Simmons feud is still in existence.

Cohen Told Lawyer To Seek Trump Pardon (Wall Street Journal) In testimony last week, Cohen said: “I have never asked for, nor would I accept, a pardon from Mr. Trump.”

Raiders Deal To Stay In Oakland Could Apparently Fall Apart Over One ‘Significant’ Issue (CBS Sports) The Raiders might need to find another city to play in for the 2019 season.

DNC Bars Fox News From Hosting Presidential Primary Debates; Network Urges Party To Reconsider (Fox News) DNC Chairman Tom Perez claimed they would not be “fair and neutral.”

Kevin Durant Now Bizarrely Takes A Shot On Steve Kerr (The Big Lead) Following a 128-95 shellacking by the Boston Celtics, the Golden State Warriors drama has, well, returned.

Amazon To Close All Of Its 87 Pop-up Stores In The US Beginning In April (CNBC) “We are instead expanding Amazon Books and Amazon 4-star.”

Why The NCAA Tournament Selection Committee Should Embrace Mid-Majors This Year (SI) The goal should be to simply select the best teams, regardless of from where they come.

‘Jeopardy!’ Host Alex Trebek Says He Has Pancreatic Cancer (NPR) “Normally the prognosis for this is not very encouraging, but I’m going to fight this, and I’m going to keep working.”

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