The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, September 24, 2019

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The Browns Are Not Ready To Contend (The Ringer) After falling to the Rams, Cleveland is now 1-2, with their only win coming against the Sam Darnold–less Jets. Baker Mayfield and Co. have plenty of kinks to work out.

Trump Put Hold On Military Aid Ahead Of Phone Call With Ukraine’s President (Wall Street Journal) Administration’s review of military funds to the country is at center of broadening probe

Looking Back At Where The Daniel Jones Criticism Got Out Of Hand (Yahoo! Sports) Believe it or not, there once was a time where Duke’s Daniel Jones was viewed as a fascinating draft prospect. But eventually there was so much hand-wringing and such a hot-take flurry over where Jones was drafted that it’s all nearly been forgotten now.

Who Will Make The Fifth Democratic Debate? (538) There’s a twist: There are now two possible ways to meet the polling requirement.

The Athletic Is Worth $300 Million, But Can It Become A Billion Dollar Company? (Awful Announcing) Just how big can The Athletic grow?

Here’s Why The Amazon Climate Walkout Is A Big Deal (Recode) Organizers want to see the company promise to make zero emissions, drop contracts with fossil fuel companies, and stop funding climate change deniers.

Why Is Auburn A Contender? ‘We Dominate Up Front’ (247 Sports) Defensively, Auburn’s line might be the best in the country.

The Emmy Awards Prove That The Future Of Hit TV Shows May Not Be On Cable (CNBC) Overall, HBO hauled in 34 awards, Netflix earned 27 and Amazon took home 15.

Nelson Agholor Invites Hero Fan And His Family To Eagles Game (SI) Nelson Agholor might have been the subject of a brutal burn earlier Monday, but the Eagles wide receiver showed he didn’t take it personally and moved forward.

The Fall And Rise Of The Town Springsteen Made Famous (New York Times) Bruce just turned 70, and Asbury Park is now one of the country’s coolest shore towns. A sold-out weekend festival celebrated its musical heart.

Mitch Trubisky Threw The Best Touchdown Pass Of The Season And Math Proves It (The Big Lead) Trubisky’s 36-yard touchdown pass to Taylor Gabriel had a Completion Probability of 10.4%, the least probable completion this season.

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