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The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Oh Boy, The Pats Are Embroiled In Another Cheating Controversy (The Ringer) The NFL is reportedly investigating whether New England had a videographer illicitly record Cincinnati’s sideline on Sunday, though it may be a misunderstanding over branded content.

The Trump Administration And Democrats Near A Tentative North American Trade Deal (CNBC) The Democratic-held House could vote on approving the agreement by Dec. 18, according to sources.

Eagles Grind Out Ugly Overtime Win Over Giants, Tie Up Cowboys In NFC East (Yahoo! Sports) Nothing about the Eagles looked like a division championship team, aside from perhaps their refusal to lose in the second half and overtime of an ugly game.

Nike Workers Protest Company’s Treatment Of Women (Wall Street Journal) Employees march as building named after disgraced coach Alberto Salazar is reopened.

Russia Banned From Olympics And Global Sports For 4 Years Over Doping (New York Times) The World Anti-Doping Agency’s unanimous decision, if upheld, would exclude Russia from the 2020 Olympics, but many Russian athletes could be unaffected by the decision.

Report: Democrats To Announce Articles Of Impeachment Tuesday (Axios) Trump is unlikely to be convicted in a Senate trial.

Stephen Strasburg Deal Jolts Market For Free-Agent Starters (SI) These are rich days to be a starting pitcher. Stephen Strasburg and Zack Wheeler are the latest example of this, and Gerrit Cole and Madison Bumgarner are on deck.

Pensacola Naval Shooter Was ‘Infuriated’ After Instructor Nicknamed Him ‘Porn Stash’: Report (Fox News) The Saudi national who killed three people during last week’s shooting spree at Naval Air Station Pensacola filed a complaint against one of his instructors earlier this year.

Le’Veon Bell Went Bowling All Night After Jets Ruled Him Out With Flu (New York Post) Le’Veon Bell was too ill to bowl over Dolphins defenders on Sunday afternoon, but not to knock down some pins late Saturday night.

Bloomberg Lands Former Harris Backer As First Major California Endorsement (Politico) San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo, a former Kamala Harris supporter and key Silicon Valley leader, will serve as the billionaire’s California campaign co-chair.

Fox’s Mark Silverman Expects A Pac-12 Noon ET Kickoff In The Next Few Years (Awful Announcing) An occasional noon ET kickoff could maybe help a Pac-12 school’s national exposure, and that may be why some schools are considering it. But will any of the schools interested be worth a featured slot in Fox’s noon window?

The First Wonder Woman 1984 Trailer Is Here (Wired) The new Wonder Woman film fast-forwards Diana Prince to 1984.

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