The Daily Outkick: Thursday, March 14, 2019

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Five N.F.L. Teams That Have Already Shaken Up Their Rosters (New York Times) As the N.F.L. turned its calendar to the 2019 season a number of teams have already made grand attempts to rework their rosters.

The Tip, The Yale Coach And The Wire: How The College Admissions Scam Unraveled (Wall Street Journal) The investigation snared families at the highest economic echelons accused of cheating, lies and bribery.

Kyler Murray Confirms At His Pro Day That He’s All In On Football (Sporting News) Murray said he didn’t run because he was focused on showing scouts his arm and didn’t want to risk an injury.

Lori Loughlin Released On $1 Million Bond In Bribery Scandal (USA Today) The college admissions scam involving Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman shows how some rich families use a “side door” to game the education system.

A Tale Of Two Leagues: One Where Two NCAA Bids Matter, One Where Eight Might Not (Washington Post) In March, there are people you might call mid-major people and people you might call big-conference people.

Facebook Struggles Into Day Two Of Global Outage (Reuters) Instagram, Whatsapp and Facebook apps were down for much of Wednesday, although the photo-sharing social network said it was back up early on Thursday.

Man Paid To Talk About Sports On National Television Thinks Punter Tress Way Started A Game At Quarterback For The Redskins In 2018 (Awful Announcing) Stephen A Smith is embarrassing himself yet again.

Everything We Know About Haven, The Amazon Joint Venture To Revamp Health Care (CNBC) What happened when Warren Buffett, Jamie Dimon and Jeff Bezos, technology’s biggest power player, got together to try to disrupt health care?

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson Apologizes For Recording Video While Driving 105 MPH (SI) “I made a bad decision and will set a better example going forward,” Jackson tweeted.

Inside Pelosi’s Playbook To Wrangle The Freshmen (Politico) Call it Nancy Pelosi’s rules for radicals.

The Directionless Despair of Giants and Knicks Fandom (The Ringer) Nothing could have prepared Giants loyalists for the Odell Beckham Jr. trade … except for the recent Kristaps Porzingis deal.