The Daily Outkick: Wednesday, February 12, 2020

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Cowboys Free Agency 2020: Dallas Aims For More Years On Dak Prescott Deal; Prepared To Tag Amari Cooper (CBS Sports) There’s only a few key points to be ironed out with Dak Prescott.

Bernie Sanders Scores Narrow Victory In New Hampshire Primary (New York Times) The Vermont senator tightened his grip on the Democratic Party’s liberal wing, benefiting from a field that has divided moderate voters.

Can A Pitcher Successfully Sue Astros For Sign Stealing? (SI) Former Blue Jays pitcher Mike Bolsinger is suing the Astros for ruining his career using their sign-stealing scheme in 2017.

Actor Jussie Smollett Indicted On Charges Of Faking Hate Crime (Wall Street Journal) New charges come nearly a year after similar ones were dismissed.

Williamson’s 31 Points Pushes Pelicans Past Blazers, 138-117 (Yahoo! Sports) Zion Williamson has recorded his first 30-point performance just nine games into his NBA career.

28 Scenarios For What Things Could Look Like After New Hampshire (538) New Hampshire might not resolve as much as you think.

Teddy Bridgewater’s Inspirational Message To Kids Going Through Struggles Is Too Good (For The Win) On Tuesday he shared an inspirational message to kids and its even more proof of how great a person he is.

These Are The Best Ways To Avoid Catching The Coronavirus On Airplanes, Experts Say (CNBC) Practicing good hand hygiene is the best way people can protect themselves from coronavirus during a flight, a medical expert specializing in air transport told CNBC.

What XFL’s Impressive Week 1 Viewership Means (The Big Lead) The XFL’s opening weekend debuted to four viewerships wins.

Coronavirus Deaths Top 1,100 As Cruise Ship Cases Rise To 174 (Axios) The WHO is holding a meeting of experts from around the world Tuesday and Wednesday to develop a blueprint strategy on research priorities.

Paul Finebaum Could Leave ESPN After 2020 CFB Season And Take His Show Elsewhere (Awful Announcing) He’s also met with networks about a sitcom.

Meet The Jury Weighing The Fate Of Harvey Weinstein (New York Post) The jury includes 7 men and 5 women.

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