The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, November 5, 2019

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Chargers, NFL Reportedly Considering Relocating Franchise To London On Permanent Basis Amid LA Failures (CBS Sports) The NFL is looking at sending the Chargers to London on a full-time basis.

Democrats Launch $75 Million Digital Campaign To Take On Trump (Axios) The campaign, called “Four is Enough” plans to spend the bulk of its cash on digital ads between now and election day, with a large amount before the primary, according to a statement.

Black Cat Halts Giants-Cowboys Monday Night Football Game, Leaving Viewers Transfixed (Fox News) Play stopped for two minutes as the feline ran toward the endzone using its speed and lateral movement before stopping and crossing the goal line to cheer thousands in attendance.

With $600 Million More To Spend, A Sports Investor Thinks Bigger (New York Times) Bruin Sports Capital built its business with investments around the edges of the sports you watch. A cash infusion could make it a real player.

Nationals’ Kurt Suzuki Wears MAGA Hat, Receives Trump Hug During White House Celebration (Washington Post) “Mr. President, we would like to thank you for having us here,” first baseman Ryan Zimmerman said. “This is an incredible honor that I think all of us will never forget. We’d also like to thank you for keeping everyone here safe, and our country. And continuing to make America the greatest country to live in the world.”

McDonald’s Top Human-Resources Officer Departs After CEO Firing (Wall Street Journal) Burger giant fired its chief executive, Steve Easterbrook, due to a relationship with an employee.

Does A Great Player Make A Great Manager? The Mets Sure Hope So. (538) The New York Mets have a new manager: Carlos Beltrán, who also played for the franchise from 2005 through 2011.

How Kamala Harris Went From ‘Female Obama’ To Fifth Place (Politico) She entered the 2020 presidential race with promise and charisma, but is now sliding perilously close to irrelevance. What went wrong? And is it too late for her to reverse course?

Cowboys DE Michael Bennett Stands During National Anthem For First Time Since 2016 (SI) Bennett and the Cowboys reportedly discussed the issue before he was officially traded from New England to Dallas just a few weeks ago.

China’s Box Office Is Expected To Surpass The US In 2020. That’s Good News For Hollywood (CNBC) In the first quarter of 2018, China surpassed the U.S. in box office revenue for the first time.

Willie Taggart’s FSU Tenure Shows 2 Years Is Enough To Get Fired, So Who Could Be Next? (Yahoo! Sports) Florida State isn’t the only school that may have buyer’s remorse from the 2018 coaching carousel.

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