The Daily Outkick: Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Who Can Boost Their Draft Stock The Most At The NFL Combine? (The Ringer) NFL combine testing is overrated. Except when it’s not.

House Votes To Block Trump’s National Emergency Declaration About The Border (New York Times) The resolution of disapproval, which passed 245 to 182, must now be taken up by the Senate.

Olympic Athletes Ask: Should We Start A Union? (Wall Street Journal) The athletes are seeking ways to maximize their earnings with fewer restrictions imposed by the bureaucracy of sports governing bodies.

Clay Travis On Martina Navratilova’s Trans Athlete Opinion

Read Michael Cohen’s Opening Statement Here (CNBC) President Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen is poised to deliver an explosive testimony before Congress on Wednesday.

Duke’s Loss To Virginia Tech Proves It Has Some Things To Figure Out With Zion Williamson Sidelined (SI) Duke has dropped two of its last three games, showing the value of Zion Williamson’s presence.

Joe Biden ‘Very Close’ To 2020 Decision As His Family Gives Its Blessing (NPR) “No matter who runs — it’s a very difficult campaign,” Biden said.

MLB Asked Nevada To Stop Taking Bets On Spring Training Games. Nevada Said No. (Washington Post) Spring training games will remain on the board at Nevada’s sportsbooks.

‘No Allegations Of Human Trafficking’ And ‘Women Could’ve Walked Out’ In Florida Massage-Parlor Prostitution Stings (Reason) Authorities are walking back big claims about an international human-trafficking ring involving Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

Legendary Quarterback John Elway Can’t Figure Out Quarterbacks (538) The Broncos are 29th out of the 32 teams in Total Quarterback Rating since the start of the 2016 season.

NASA Is Rushing to the Moon (The Atlantic) In the agency’s most ambitious dreams, it will be testing moon-landing systems within the next five years.

MLB To Test ‘Robot Umpires,’ Deeper Pitching Mound In Atlantic League (Sporting News) The independent Atlantic League has agreed to make changes to its playing rules at MLB’s request over the next three seasons

Exclusive: Megyn Kelly Eyes October Return For 2020 Race (New York Post) Kelly expects to remain off TV until October and is looking at what part she could play in election coverage.

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