The Daily Outkick: Friday, March 6, 2020

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ESPN Reportedly Trying To Trade For Al Michaels And Add Peyton Manning Is Peak Offseason Content (The Ringer) Forget Free Agency. It’s Announcer Trade SZN.

‘Bond King’ Gundlach Says Fed Panicked And Short-term Rates Are ‘Headed Toward Zero’ (CNBC) The benchmark 10-year Treasury note yield hit an all-time low under 0.9% just after the longtime bond investor made his comments around 12:40 p.m. ET.

Stephen Curry’s Sensational Return Marks First Step In Warriors’ Potential Resurrection Of Dynasty Next Season (CBS Sports) Steve Kerr said Curry being back on the court is a ‘springboard into next year.’

The Day Everything Went Joe Biden’s Way (Washington Post) For Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, Monday dawned still fueled by the adrenaline of his walloping victory in Saturday’s South Carolina primary.

Yankees’ Aaron Judge On Injuries: ‘Tough Trying To Describe What I’m Feeling’ (New York Times) Judge publicly discussed his shoulder and chest muscle injuries for the first time, but was at a loss to explain what exactly had gone wrong.

Jussie Smollett Case Looms Over Campaign For Chicago’s Top Prosecutor (Wall Street Journal) Gun violence, shoplifting, marijuana laws and bail reform are major issues, but focus is on incumbent’s handling of ‘Empire’ actor’s case.

This Year’s NCAA Men’s Contenders Are Weirdly Weak. Will That Mean More Tourney Upsets? (538) On the one hand, it’s been nice to see some fresh faces at the top of the college basketball pecking order. But it could also mean trouble for those newfound favorites once the tournament begins.

Congress Passes $8 Billion Emergency Coronavirus Funding Package (Axios) The Senate passed the bill 96-1 on Thursday, after it flew through the House 415-2 on Wednesday afternoon. It will now head to President Trump’s desk for his signature.

Most Important Spring Storylines Of The 2020 CFB Offseason (247 Sports) With spring ball about to take of in earnest, 247Sports is running down the most important storylines to follow over the coming weeks.

Trump, At Fox News Town Hall, Suggests Biden Isn’t Competent (Fox News) President Trump, speaking at a Fox News Town Hall in Joe Biden’s hometown of Scranton, Pa., on Thursday evening, openly suggested that the new Democratic front-runner’s repeated gaffes could be a sign of a competency issue.

NFL Betting Favorites To Sign Tom Brady (Watchstadium) We now have some odds as rumors continue to swirl about Tom Brady’s NFL future. See which teams have the best odds to sign the QB. Where would you put your money?

Harvey Weinstein Is Being Moved To Rikers Island (Variety) Weinstein was convicted of rape and sexual assault on Feb. 24, and faces up to 29 years in prison at his sentencing next Wednesday.

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