The Daily Outkick: Monday, March 25, 2019

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N.C.A.A. Tournament: Duke Avoids Upset In Win Over Central Florida (New York Times) Zion Williamson scored 32 points in Duke’s win over Central Florida on Sunday.

Mueller Doesn’t Find Trump Campaign Conspired With Russia (Wall Street Journal) President Trump called the findings a “complete and total exoneration.”

Rob Gronkowski Is Going Out On Top (The Ringer) After nine seasons with the New England Patriots, the best tight end of all time announced his retirement Sunday.

‘No Collusion!’ Goes From A Defiant Mantra To A Rallying Cry For Trump’s Reelection (Washington Post) “It’s a shame that our country had to go through this,” Trump said.

Kliff Kingsbury Sounds More Open To Drafting Kyler Murray At No. 1 (FTW) Kingsbury was asked whether he’d consider drafting a quarterback in the first round: “I think everything’s on the table,” he said on the broadcast.

Steve Jobs Was Trying To Revolutionize TV Almost A Decade Ago — Now We’ll Finally Find Out Apple’s Plan (CNBC) Apple is holding a press event on Monday at 1 p.m. ET.

Jason Kidd Will Be Among ‘Serious Candidates’ For Lakers Job If Luke Walton Is Fired (CBS Sports) It’s possible that the Lakers could be in the market for a new head coach during the offseason.

Mueller Report Is Blow To U.S. Democrats’ Plans To Probe Trump (Reuters) “It’s one of those hard realities that sometimes things don’t turn out the way you wanted them to,” said Democratic political consultant Colin Strother.

Johnny Manziel Makes AAF Debut As Express Top Iron In OT (NFL.com) The quarterback finished 3 of 5 with 48 passing yards, 20 rushing yards, one sack and a failed two-point attempt.

Box Office: Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’ Stuns With $70 Million Opening Weekend (Variety) “Us” now has the largest weekend for an original horror movie, as well as the biggest launch for an original R-rated film behind “Ted.”

Broncos Plan Visits With The Top Four Quarterback Prospects In The NFL Draft (Yahoo! Sports) John Elway’s search for a franchise quarterback continues.

Barbra Streisand “Profoundly Sorry” For Comments On Michael Jackson Accusers (Vanity Fair) Streisand “did not believe the experience had impacted them permanently.”

 

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