The Daily Outkick: Monday, March 11, 2019

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The Antonio Brown Trade Offers A Glimpse Into The Raiders’ Future (The Ringer) It’s possible that Brown will come to infect this organization the same way he did Pittsburgh, but that’s a gamble the Raiders will accept.

Covington Catholic Student’s Lawyer Plans Lawsuit Against CNN After Suing Washington Post (USA Today) Nick Sandmann plans to sue CNN for more than $250 million.

Winners And Losers Of The College Basketball Regular Season (SI) The college basketball regular season is over we can look back and make some judgments.

Elizabeth Warren Calls For Breakup of Amazon, Google, Facebook (Wall Street Journal) Warren called for ‘big, structural changes to the tech sector to promote more competition.’

Judge Rules NCAA Can’t Cap Athlete Compensation ‘Related To Education’ (CBS Sports)  It became immediately obvious those three words can be broadly interpreted.

Trump To Demand $8.6 Billion In New Wall Funding, Setting Up Fresh Battle With Congress (Washington Post) Trump will request the funds in his annual budget request to Congress on Monday.

When Does March Madness Start? Full Schedule For 2019 NCAA Tournament (Sporting News) The full field of 68 will be announced on Selection Sunday (March 17).

‘People Think That Data Is In The Cloud, But It’s Not. It’s In The Ocean.’ (New York Times) How The Internet Travels Across Oceans.

How Antonio Brown’s Spat With The Steelers Was All About Money – And Odell Beckham Jr. (Yahoo! Sports) “Steelers for life #Boomin”, Brown tweeted that Feb. 27.

Inside Twitter’s Ambitious Plan To Change The Way We Tweet (Recode) Twitter wants to limit snark and get “healthy.” So far, it’s gone nowhere.