The Biggest NFL Training Camp Battles We’re Watching (The Ringer) There are starting-quarterback, wideout, and kicking roles up for grabs. Who will win them?
Democrats Struggle To Figure Out Next Move Against Trump After Mueller Hearing Falls Flat (Washington Post) “Anyone who was looking for the smoking gun yesterday didn’t get it,” said Rep. Anthony Brindisi (D-N.Y.)
Tanaka’s Ugly Start In Boston Sets Off October Alarms For The Yankees (New York Times) Tanaka became the first Yankees pitcher to allow 12 runs in a game since Red Ruffing — also at Fenway Park — in 1939.
Amazon’s Streak Of Record Profit Ends (Wall Street Journal) Shipping costs and a steeper loss in its overseas retail business weigh on earnings.
An NFL Team Will Probably Go From Last Place To The Playoffs. Could It Be The Jets? (538) In every year this decade except one (2014), at least one team has rebounded from a last-place finish in its division the previous year and made the playoffs.
Twitter Set To Report Earnings Before The Bell (CNBC) The report is expected to be the first in which it will exclude monthly active users.
Report: Rookie DE Nick Bosa Agrees To Four-Year, $33.55 Million Deal With 49ers (SI) San Francisco drafted Bosa with the No. 2 pick in the 2019 NFL draft.
Trump’s Next Move On Lowering Drug Prices (Axios) Reuters says that his plan would likely seek to lower prices in Medicare Part D, which covers drugs you pick up at the pharmacy counter.
Questions Every College Football Contender Must Address In 2019 (247 Sports) To Las Vegas, there are 15 teams with 50-to-1 odds or better to win a national championship. Some are far more flawed than others.
Field Narrows As ‘Game Of Thrones’ Creators Benioff And Weiss Seek Overall Deal (Variety) Sources say the field has narrowed to Netflix, Amazon and Disney.
Nick Saban Responds To Kirk Herbstreit’s Comments Regarding His Interest In College GameDay (Saturday Down South) Nick Saban the next Lee Corso? As crazy as that may sound, it appears you can’t rule out that possibility.