The Daily Outkick: Thursday, September 12, 2019

Antonio Brown, Resolute Attention Seeker, Faces Serious Scrutiny (New York Times) A lawsuit accusing him of sexual assault has turned a new spotlight on him and the N.F.L.

Supreme Court Authorizes Trump To Deny Asylum To Central Americans (Wall Street Journal) While legal challenges proceed, new rule requires refugees to seek asylum in another country they enter before arriving at U.S. border

Is Dak Prescott Finally Ready To Be Consistently Great? (538) Dak Prescott dazzled in Week 1 for the Dallas Cowboys, but his career has been a series of ups and downs.

NCAA Tells California Governor College Athlete 'Fair Pay' Bill Is 'Unconstitutional' (Fox News) The NCAA asked California Gov. Gavin Newsom to reject the passage of a state bill that would make it easier for players to make money.

The NFL Wanted A Celebration For Its 100th Season. Instead It Got Antonio Brown. (Washington Post) The latest development forces the NFL to make another high-profile decision about how it should respond to cases of sexual assault.

The Thousands Of Lawsuits Against Opioid Companies, Explained (Vox) The lawsuits could force drug manufacturers and distributors to pay for a crisis they helped cause.

What's Next For Antonio Brown? NFL Commissioner's Exempt List Could Be In Play (Fox Business) League officials are said to be giving “serious consideration” to placing Brown on the commissioner’s exempt list

Why Apple Made The Unusual Move To Sell Its Streaming Service For Next To Nothing (CNBC) Apple priced its streaming video service, Apple TV+, at $4.99 per month, which is cheaper than any other major service.

Mets’ Pete Alonso Wasn’t About To Let MLB Stop His 9/11 Tribute (New York Post) The first baseman bought each of his teammates custom-made cleats with different designs honoring the 9/11 first responders, and to heck with approval from MLB.

Democrats Brace for an Endurance Test at Houston Debate (Bloomberg) Frontrunner Biden will face off against Warren for first time

Ryen Russillo Explains Why He Left ESPN For The Ringer (SI) Whenever someone leaves ESPN, it's a big story. The goal for most people who get into sports media is to work at the World Wide Leader. Ryen Russillo was no different.