The Daily Outkick: Monday, January 28, 2019

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Tom Brady Says There’s ‘Zero’ Chance He Retires After Super Bowl (SI) Next season would mark the 20th of Brady’s career. The 41-year-old has led New England to the Super Bowl each of the past three seasons.

Trump Doubts He’d Accept Any Deal Congress Strikes For Border Wall (Fox News) Trump said he doubted he could accept any agreement struck by congressional negotiators that would give him less than $5.7 billion for a wall.

Concern Around NFL Boiling Up Over Assignment Of Rams-Saints Refs, All From Southern California (CBS Sports) The geographical location of the refs involved in the NFC Championship Game is a concern.

Ex-Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Weighs Independent Bid For Presidency, Denounces ‘Revenge Politics’ (CNBC) “I am seriously thinking of running for president. I will run as a centrist independent, outside of the two-party system.”

Your Comprehensive Guide To Losing Money on Super Bowl LIII Prop Bets (The Ringer) We’re here to figure out which song Maroon 5 will perform first, how clairvoyant Tony Romo will be, and what will happen to the price of bitcoin.

From Wi-Fi To Bluetooth To 5G, All Your Wireless Is About To Change (Wall Street Journal) An unprecedented number of devices are coming online soon, and our current wireless systems weren’t built to handle the volume.

Saints DE Cameron Jordan Wore A ‘Blow Whistles Not Games’ Shirt To The Pro Bowl (Yahoo! Sports) He chose the perfect way to let the world know he’s still salty and definitely not over it: a t-shirt.

Facebook’s Plan: One Messaging Service To Rule Them All (Axios) Uniting the back-end technology that runs Instagram, Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp is more than just an engineering call.

Age And Other Storylines That Will Dominate Super Bowl Week (NY Post) Here are 10 storylines you are sure to be tired of before sitting on your couch Sunday night.

This Is What Happens When You Drunkenly Swallow A Live Catfish (The Atlantic) A hard lesson in a very strange party tradition.

The Jets And The Gregg Williams Gamble (New York Times) Williams, the Jets’ new defensive coordinator, was interim coach for the Browns this season.