The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Andrew Luck And The Afterburn Of Early Retirement (The Ringer) The 29-year-old Colts QB isn’t the first to step away in his prime, becoming the latest member of an alternately doomed and dazzling group.

Here’s Who’s Qualified For The Third Debate So Far — And Who Still Has A Shot (538) As of Monday afternoon, exactly 10 presidential contenders have qualified to participate, and if that number stands, all 10 will be on stage at the same time and the debate will be confined to a single night.

Colts Would Win In Court Vs. Fans Seeking Ticket Refunds Over Luck's Retirement (SI) Saturday's news of Andrew Luck's retirement has led to Colts fans asking for refunds at the ticket office, but their requests for repayment would ultimately fail in the court of law.

#MeToo Vs. Statutes Of Limitations (Axios) There's a grand jury indictment against Harvey Weinstein, pushing his trial back to 2020 but allowing one of his alleged victims to testify against him.

Jaguars LS Matt Overton Had The Best Response To Colts Fans Seeking Refunds On Season Tickets (For The Win) The former Colts long snapper said that he would purchase season tickets from fans and donate the seats to the patients and families of Riley Children’s Health in Indianapolis.

Google Warns Against Blocking ‘Cookies’ Entirely, Triggering Criticism (Wall Street Journal) Tech company proposes “privacy sandbox” to set new standards after promising in May to let users restrict cookies

Urban Meyer: Trevor Lawrence Is The Best College Quarterback Ever (The Big Lead) Meyer, who has coached many fine quarterbacks through the years, believes Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence is the best college signal-caller to date.

Judge Orders Johnson & Johnson To Pay $570 Million For Role In Oklahoma’s Opioid Epidemic (Vox) The decision, from Cleveland County District Judge Thad Balkman, is the first time that a trial court has held a drugmaker accountable for the nation’s opioid epidemic.

Harvard Study Links NFL Head Trauma To Erectile Dysfunction, Low Testosterone (Yahoo! Sports) The study, published through the Journal of the American Medical Association, consulted with 3,409 former NFL players who have played since 1960 after hard plastic football helmets became standard.

Eddie Murphy Helped Save SNL. Now He’s Coming Back To Host. (Washington Post) “If ‘Saturday Night Live’ hadn’t hired Eddie Murphy, this show wouldn’t have lasted half as long as ‘Baywatch,’ ” comedian Chris Rock said during the NBC show’s 40th anniversary special.