The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, March 12, 2019

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Russell Westbrook To Fan At Jazz Game: ‘I’ll F— You Up, You And Your Wife’ (Yahoo! Sports) Russell Westbrook’s contentious relationship with Utah Jazz fans hit a new level Monday

Nancy Pelosi: Congress Should Not Impeach Trump (New York Post) House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has revealed she does not support impeaching President Trump because it would be “divisive” and “he’s just not worth it”

Impressive Deal For Nick Foles (SI) Landon Collins Aids in Tyrann Mathieu’s Fortunes, More NFL News

Google Agreed To Pay $135 Million To Two Executives Accused Of Sexual Harassment (Wall Street Journal) The disclosure of payments to Andy Rubin and Amit Singhal came in a civil shareholder lawsuit

Antonio Brown Trade Ripple Effects? How The NFL Might React To WR’s Power Play (Sporting News) It was the first real use of player-controlled media, both social and traditional, to continue to hammer the situation.

Facebook Deletes, And Then Restores, Elizabeth Warren’s Ads Criticizing The Platform (Washington Post) Facebook confirmed that it had briefly removed three ads which “violated our policies against use of our corporate logo.”

The N.C.A.A. Lost In Court, But Athletes Didn’t Win, Either (New York Times) District Court Judge Claudia Wilken criticizes, berates, even mocks the N.C.A.A. for its refusal to allow colleges to compensate players.

Instagram’s Founders Don’t Think Breaking Up Facebook Will Fix Tech’s Problems (Recode) “We live in a time where the anger against big tech has increased tenfold,” said Kevin Systrom. “That doesn’t mean that the answer is to break all of the companies up.”

Conor McGregor Arrested In Miami For Allegedly Destroying A Person’s Phone (FTW) McGregor faces charges of strong-arm robbery and criminal mischief, both felonies, for the incident.

Netflix’s Cindy Holland Says Subscribers Watch An Average Of Two Hours A Day (Variety) She said that unlike Google and Facebook, Netflix’s first priority is to entertain.

Broncos Reportedly Poach Ja’Wuan James From The Dolphins By Making Him NFL’s Highest-paid Right Tackle (CBS Sports) The Broncos emerged as big spenders on Monday night.