The Daily Outkick: Wednesday, February 13, 2019

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We’re Not Ready To Bury The Kyler Murray–Cardinals Theories Just Yet (The Ringer) After Murray signed on with the Arizona head coach’s agent this week, we can’t forget about the previous comments Kingsbury made about him.

Trump Is ‘Not Happy’ With Border Deal, But Doesn’t Say If He Will Sign It (New York Times) The new measure will be taken up as early as Wednesday by the House, followed by the Senate.

One Way James Harden’s Scoring Streak Is More Impressive Than Wilt’s (538) Rockets guard James Harden has been busy this season redefining just how much offense a single player can create.

How Hard Is It To Have A Conversation On Twitter? So Hard Even The CEO Can’t Do It. (Recode) Twitter wants to be the place for the most important public conversations online. It still has some serious work to do.

What Did Coach K. Tell Zion And Co. During Duke’s Historic Comeback? (For The Win) ‘He Don’t Coach Losers’

Why Polar Bears Invaded A Russian Village (The Verge) At least 52 polar bears have visited the village of Belushya Guba in northern Russia over the past few months.

Michael Jordan Turns Question About Harden And Westbrook Into Reminder Of GOAT Status (Washington Post) A question about James Harden and Russell Westbrook gave Jordan just the opening he needed.

All About The Battle-Tested Lawyer Who Will Defend Harvey Weinstein (Variety) Weinstein is accused of sexually assaulting a former assistant in 2006 and raping a second woman in 2013.

Antonio Brown Seeking Trade From Steelers: Ranking The 10 Best Landing Spots For Star Receiver (CBS Sports) Here are 10 teams that should try to land Antonio Brown.

Amazon Is Not Guaranteeing You Any Privacy, Facebook Co-founder Says (CNBC) Sean Parker, founding president of Facebook, worries more about Amazon violating your privacy than Facebook.

The Raiders Will Play In [Insert City Here] In 2019 (The Ringer)  How does the Tucson-Birmingham Raiders sound?

 

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