The Daily Outkick: Friday, January 25, 2019

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Goodell’s Silence On Saints-Rams No-Call Is Deafening (SI) While the controversy has created a circus, a Saints player’s request to hear from the commissioner is more than sensible.

Shutdown Talks Revived After Senate Bills Fail (Wall Street Journal) McConnell, Schumer huddle; ‘We’re talking, we’re talking,’ Schumer says

Super Bowl 2019 Odds: Sportsbooks Test Pats -3 As Bets As Money Keeps Pouring In On New England (CBS Sports) The Patriots are getting a huge percentage of the money right now

Brain Researchers Warn That Lack Of Sleep Is A Public Health Crisis (Washington Post) The growing consensus is that casual disregard for sleep is downright dangerous

The Enduring Fight Over The First Ironman Triathlon (New York Times) A simple box of papers set off a legal skirmish over what became a billion-dollar idea

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Goes On The Defensive: ‘We Don’t Sell People’s Data’ (CNBC) Facebook’s claim that it doesn’t sell people’s data has been disputed by academics and privacy advocates

Derek Carr Challenges ESPN Host To Fight Over Criticism (New York Post) Max Kellerman may want to think twice the next time he has something to say about Raiders quarterback Derek Carr.

Timeline: How The Covington Hate Hoax Spread On Social Media (Breitbart) Who blew up the misleading video

Super Bowl LIII By The Numbers: 20 Stats That Best Illustrate The Rams-Patriots Matchup (For The Win) The important stats that will shape the Super Bowl LIII matchup

Smartphone Design Hasn’t Evolved In A Decade. That’s About To Change (Fast Company) New phone design trends are coming on February 25 to Barcelona for Mobile World Congress

Ravens Coach John Harbaugh Signs New Four-Year Deal Through 2022 (Baltimore Sun) The value of the contract was not disclosed, but Harbaugh was already among the highest-paid coaches in the NFL