The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, January 21, 2020

The 49ers Run (And Run And Run) Over Green Bay And Into The Super Bowl (New York Times) Playing in a stadium abounding with warm memories, San Francisco will seek to join New England and Pittsburgh as the only franchises to win six Super Bowl titles.

McConnell Lays Out Rules For Trump’s Senate Trial, Allowing For Vote On Witnesses, Documents (CNBC) The proposal also suggests that none of the evidence collected as part of the House’s impeachment inquiry will be admitted automatically.

Patrick Mahomes Led The Chiefs Out Of The Wilderness And Into The Super Bowl (The Ringer) Mahomes’s legend keeps growing after he delivered Kansas City to its first Super Bowl in 50 years. Now the 24-year-old QB has the biggest stage in the sport to showcase his brilliance.

Conor McGregor Calls Trump A ‘Phenomenal’ President On Twitter (Fox News) Conor McGregor, the famed Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter, took to Twitter on Monday to praise President Trump who was celebrating his three-year anniversary since being sworn into office.

20 Big Questions About MLB’s Sign-Stealing Scandal (SI) Everything you need to know about the ongoing sign-stealing controversy with a legal lens on it.

Uber Is Testing A Feature That Lets Some California Drivers Set Fares (Wall Street Journal) Move gives drivers more control in response to state’s gig-economy law.

Pundit Tree: Tony Romo’s Walk-Off And Joe Buck’s Personal Note (The Big Lead) Everyone is desperate to get their slick mitts on Tony Romo. Rumors of $14 million contracts abound.

Now, Even Quilters Are Angry: How A Social-justice Design Started A Feud (Washington Post) A usually cheery online community of quilters has been ripped apart by a sewing challenge.

Officials May Have Been Alerted To Penalty By Tony Romo’s Comments (Yahoo! Sports) The NFL does not have a “sky judge,” but Tony Romo may have served that role during Sunday’s AFC Championship Game.

‘No Time To Die’: A Rare In-Depth Interview With The Keepers Of James Bond (Variety) One family, the Broccolis, has long maintained an iron grip on the franchise.

ESPN’s Dan Orlovsky Has Been Contacted By NFL Teams About Joining Their Coaching Staff (Awful Announcing) Orlovsky’s star is rising, just over two years removed from his playing career.

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