The Daily Outkick: Friday, August 16, 2019

Kyler Murray Looks Lost In Second Preseason Contest (Bleacher Report) Murray ran for his life and struggled to complete a pass. He finished 3-of-8 for a meager 12 yards.

Dow Futures Jump 250 Points As Focus Remains On Trade And The Economy (CNBC) President Donald Trump said Thursday that he believed the U.S.-China trade dispute would be relatively short, adding China wanted to make a trade deal.

Golf’s New Breed Tries To Speed Things Up (New York Times) PGA Tour executives have long resisted singling out anyone for taking a long time to hit a shot. So some of the top young players are applying peer pressure.

Instagram’s Changes Could Leave Influencers Heartbroken (Wall Street Journal) Social-media celebrities might not like their bottom lines as Facebook works on changes to its platforms to focus on privacy and safety for its users, which could limit revenue from popular posts.

Heisman Watch: Top Candidates To Win College Football's Most Prestigious Award In 2019 (Yahoo! Sports) With Murray off to the NFL, Tagovailoa is one of the favorites entering 2019, but there are plenty of others who will be in the mix.

Man Says He Witnessed CNN Host Don Lemon's Alleged Assault (Fox News) George Gounelas told Fox News he witnessed CNN’s Don Lemon assault his former colleague at Murf’s Backstreet Tavern in Sag Harbor, New York.

Are We Sure Aaron Rodgers Is Still An Elite Quarterback? (538) Questioning Rodgers’s ability normally borders on football insanity, but in recent seasons, the statistics of the Packers’ quarterback haven’t exactly matched his outsize reputation.

Artist Who Painted Bill Clinton In Dress And Heels Had ‘No Idea’ It Was Hanging In Epstein’s Mansion (New York Post) Sources told The Post on Wednesday that Epstein — who was facing sex trafficking charges before his alleged suicide — had the oil painting hanging up in his home for all to see.

Frank Gore Will Play Football Forever And There’s Nothing You Can Do To Stop Him (The Ringer) As the 36-year-old RB prepares for his 15th NFL season, he’s had to search for younger players to train with in the offseason.

Funeral Homes Now Live Streaming Memorial Services (CBS News) Families can opt in to the service for less than what they would typically spend on flowers, according to one company that sells its proprietary technology to funeral directors around the world.

Who's More Important, The QB Or The Offensive Coordinator? (The Big Lead) The best quarterbacks have been paired with a great coach, but there have been a handful of QBs who succeed despite their head coach throughout NFL history.