The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, March 10, 2020

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Where Is Tom Brady Going Next? Hollywood, To Launch 199 Productions With Help From ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Directors Joe & Anthony Russo (Deadline) Brady is launching a global multi-platform content company to develop original premium content including documentaries, feature films and television shows.

Stocks Revive After Dow’s Worst Day In 12 Years (Wall Street Journal) U.S. futures, global stocks, crude oil and Treasury yields all rise.

Examining Dak Prescott’s Leverage In Dallas (SI) Dak Prescott could use the Kirk Cousins playbook for the next two years in Dallas. There would be risk, but that’s his leverage in negotiating a new deal with the Cowboys.

Dow Futures Point To Opening Surge Of More Than 900 Points After Trump Floats Payroll Tax Cut (CNBC) Oil prices saw some respite early Tuesday after registering the worst day since 1991 on Monday.

PGA Tour’s New TV Deal Indicates Value Of Sports Rights Continues To Grow (New York Times) Golf’s current deal runs through 2021, but the tour wanted to secure an agreement sooner than that in the rapidly evolving TV and streaming landscape.

Sanders Fights For Another Rust Belt Upset To Regain Momentum Against Biden (Fox News) Underscoring what’s at stake for his White House bid when Michigan and five other states hold Democratic presidential nomination contests on Tuesday, Bernie Sanders emphasizes that “this is a very, very important day in Michigan.”

Sportswriter Groups Petition Against ‘Unnecessarily’ Losing Locker Room Access In Coronavirus Precautions (The Big Lead) The NBA, MLB, NHL, and MLS have taken steps to restrict locker room access to media.

Scammers Are Peddling Fake Coronavirus Cures (Axios) Federal regulators are cracking down on scams advertising unproven coronavirus treatments, and those frauds are likely to continue.

Tua Tagovailoa Scheduled To Begin Full Workouts After Hip Scans Come Back ‘Very Good’ (CBS Sports) Tagovailoa has been in recovery since suffering a dislocated hip this past November.

How To Watch Mini-Tuesday Like A Pro (Politico) Michigan is the big prize among the six states voting.

Charles Barkley Plans To Sell Olympic Gold Medal (Yahoo! Sports) Charles Barkley said in multiple interviews that he will sell his 1996 Olympic gold medal among other memorabilia from his basketball career to help pay for 20 affordable houses he plans to build in his hometown of Leeds, Ala.

A Teen ‘Influencer’ On What It Was Like To Work For The Bloomberg Campaign (538) The campaign hired hundreds of “deputy field organizers” (DFO) to campaign through phone calls, texts and social media posts, many of them teenagers.

Has The Astros Scandal Changed How We Think Of Yu Darvish And Clayton Kershaw? (The Ringer) For Darvish, his starts in the 2017 World Series were among the worst of his career. For Kershaw, the series was another knock on his questionable postseason résumé. But does the revelation that the Astros were stealing signs affect any of that?

Led Zeppelin Scores Big Win In ‘Stairway To Heaven’ Copyright Case (Variety) The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a jury verdict finding the song did not infringe on the 1968 song “Taurus.”

NCAA March Madness Live Announces New Features For 2020, Including Multigame Feature (Awful Announcing) The multigame feature is getting expanded, and Fast Break returns for a third year.

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