The Daily Outkick: Friday, August 2, 2019

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Broncos Top Falcons In Hall Of Fame Game That Sees NFL’s 1st Pass Interference Challenge (Yahoo) The first taste of 2019 NFL football is in the books and with it a first look at a highly scrutinized penalty implemented before the season.

Trump Decries ‘Wasted Money’ On Inner Cities, Tweaks Democratic Rivals At Ohio Campaign Rally (Fox News) The president pointedly did not name and criticize each member of the “Squad,” as he did at the previous rally in Greenville, N.C.

It Didn’t Take Long For NFL Fans To Freak Out Over The New Pass Interference Rule (For The Win) The Denver Broncos became the first team to try this out when head coach Vic Fangio threw the red flag over a call in the second quarter.

Fired By Google, A Republican Engineer Hits Back: ‘There’s Been A Lot Of Bullying’ (Wall Street Journal) Search giant’s culture wars flame anew; a senior executive contacts law enforcement over leaks.

Trevor Bauer Thanks Cleveland In Awesome Video (The Big Lead) He’s clearly bummed about the trade and it’s showing.

The Second Democratic Debate In 5 Charts (538) We summed up the second Democratic debate in five charts, looking at how long each candidate spoke; whether the candidates gained Twitter followers after the debate; whether they mentioned President Trump; and how many people tuned in to watch each night.

Ashley Wagner’s Account Of Sexual Assault Shakes Figure Skating (New York Times) The Olympian Ashley Wagner on Thursday said an older male figure skater had sexually assaulted her when she was 17, shining another harsh light on the sport.

Josh Hawley’s Bill To Limit Your Twitter Time To 30 Minutes A Day, Explained (Recode) The science is still out on social media addiction, but Hawley’s bill aims to fix it anyway.

10 Biggest Questions (And Answers) Heading Into Tennessee’s Fall Camp (Saturday Down South) Tennessee heads into Jeremy Pruitt’s second season with plenty of rebuilding left. In case you haven’t been keeping up with the Vols over the past decade, their fall from grace has been quite dramatic.

Disney Layoffs Continue As Key Production, VFX Executives Are Let Go (EXCLUSIVE) (Variety) The cuts bring the total number of film staffers laid off to roughly 250 people since Disney completed its $71.3 billion acquisition of much of 21st Century Fox.

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