The Daily Outkick: Wednesday, March 13, 2019

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It’s Time to Take the Browns Seriously Now That They Have Odell (The Ringer) Cleveland is dominating this offseason after completing a blockbuster trade for the receiver.

College Admissions Scandal: Actresses, Business Leaders And Other Wealthy Parents Charged (New York Times) It was the Justice Department’s largest ever college admissions prosecution.

Le’Veon Bell Saga Finally Ends As Running Back Agrees To Sign With Jets On A Four-Year Deal (CBS Sports) It’s hard not to see this deal and immediately think that Bell made a mistake.

The Man Behind The Alleged College-Admissions Cheating Scandal (Wall Street Journal) William Rick Singer pleaded guilty to four charges, explaining in court how he controlled testing sites to change students’ answers.

Russell Westbrook Fined For Threatening Jazz Fan, Fan’s Wife (USA Today) The fan is banned from attending all future events at Vivint Smart Home Arena.

Who Was Acing Tests For Rich Kids In The Admissions Scam? A Pro Tennis Player And ‘Really Smart Guy,’ Feds Say. (Washington Post) Mark Riddell, 36, was the one actually filling in the bubbles.

QB Murray Takes Pro Day Stage; Cardinals, Others Set To Attend (Yahoo! Sports) Murray will perform quarterback drills and other testing at his much-anticipated pro day workout in Norman, OK, on Wednesday.

House Democrats Struggle In Trump’s News Cycle (Politico) The media environment has been completely upended since the last time Nancy Pelosi was speaker.

After Stunning Loss To Saint Mary’s, Can Gonzaga Be Trusted? (SB Nation) The Bulldogs are about to once again be America’s most hotly debated college basketball team in March.

What Tesla Knows About You (Axios) Every mile, every block, every inch of pavement driven by a Tesla vehicle generates a trove of information that can reveal as much about you as about your car.

CBS/Turner Go Back To Basics With A One-Hour NCAA Tournament Selection Show (Awful Announcing) After last year’s two-hour disaster, there’s nowhere to go but up.

Netflix Wants To Make More Interactive Shows After The Success Of Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (The Verge) “We’re doubling down…expect over the next year or two to see more interactive storytelling.”–Netflix Product VP Todd Yellin

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