The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, October 1, 2019

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The Starting 11: Where Do The Broncos And Redskins Go From Here? (The Ringer) Denver and Washington are both sitting at 0-4, but unlike other winless teams around the NFL, neither seems to have a clear plan for how to turn things around.

America’s Most Polarizing Brands: News Media Companies (Axios) News media companies make up 12 of the 15 most polarizing brands in America today, according to a new Morning Consult poll provided to Axios. CNN and Fox News continue to be the most divisive news companies.

NFL Does The Right Thing By Suspending Vontaze Burfict For The Season (SI) Burfict is known for playing with a particular brand of rough aggression, which the NFL has been attempting to eliminate. Here’s to hoping this suspension means it’s the last we’ve seen of Burfict.

Joe, Hunter Biden Seen Golfing With Ukraine Gas Company Exec Back In 2014, Photo Shows (Fox News) Earlier this month, Joe Biden told Fox News in Iowa that he never discussed his son’s foreign business dealings with him.

Alberto Salazar, Coach Of The Nike Oregon Project, Gets A 4-Year Doping Ban (New York Times) The United States Anti-Doping Agency announced the penalty against Salazar, a former star runner and a coach to top runners.

Would Warren Or Sanders Move To The Center Against Trump? (538) If history is any indication, the Democratic candidates will move to the center, but not in the most obvious way.

Report: Jaguars Turned Down Two First-round Picks For Jalen Ramsey (Yahoo! Sports) However, the report indicates that the Jaguars turned the offer down in part because the team making the offer is a good team that the Jaguars think will be picking late in the draft the next two years.

The Only Thing Rappers And Queen Elizabeth II Have In Common (Wall Street Journal) Babushkas, the ornate headscarves worn by Russian grandmothers, have been showing up on fashionable NFL players, rappers like A$AP Rocky and male runway models. What’s behind this curious trend?

Joe Maddon Out As Cubs Manager: Ranking His 10 Most Likely Landing Spots, Including The Angels And Padres (CBS Sports) Maddon, 66 in February, is likely to serve as a big-league manager for a few more years — but where?

The Stranger Things Season 4 Teaser Is Here (Wired) And, according to the tag line, we’re not in Hawkins anymore.

Gardner Minshew Gets Weird Nickname From Leonard Fournette; Group Records ‘Minshew Mania’ Video (Sporting News) “His name is ‘Jock Strap King,'” Fournette said, referencing a tale he told recently about how Minshew stretches in his, well, jock strap, in the locker room.

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