The Daily Outkick: Wednesday, September 11, 2019

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Antonio Brown Accused Of Rape In A Lawsuit (New York Times) The Patriots receiver is accused of three incidents of sexual assault, in 2017 and 2018, against a woman who attended college with him.

Who Will Make The Fourth Democratic Debate? (538) Steyer is in, but Gabbard, despite some controversy, is no closer than before.

Inside The Federal Lawsuit Filed Against Antonio Brown For Rape And Sexual Assault (SI) Unusual issues have surrounded Antonio Brown over the last month.On Tuesday, Brown was accused of a far more sinister trait: being a rapist.

Trump-shaped 9th Circuit Hands White House Major Win On Asylum Policy (Fox News) An appeals court sides with Trump administration on asylum rules and limiting the number of people who can cross the border and claim asylum.

Kevin Durant’s New Headspace (Wall Street Journal) “Some days I hate the NBA,” Kevin Durant says wearily.

Republican Bishop Pulls Out Narrow Win In N.C. House Race (Washington Post) Republican Dan Bishop narrowly defeated Democrat Dan McCready in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District race on Sept. 10.

ESPN Blitzes AT&T MNF Viewers With Ads, Ticker Updates, & Streaming Blackouts (Awful Announcing) Massive suddenly contentious AT&T carriage dispute looms.

With A $4.99 Price Point, Apple Just Fired The Latest Shot In The Streaming Wars (The Ringer) With no IP or shared universes in its arsenal, Apple TV+ is playing its only trump card, resetting the streaming market before it even takes shape

NFL Draft: Which Teams Are Most Loaded With Draft-pick Ammo In 2020? (Yahoo! Sports) There are a handful of needy teams who appear to be stocking up for 2020 and beyond.

Health Care Dominates 2019 Ad Spending (Axios) More than half of all issue advertising this year has been on health care, and that spending will only increase as the 2020 campaign gets closer.

Students Made Fun Of A Boy’s Homemade Football Shirt — But Now It’s Official Merchandise (CNBC) More than 16,000 have already been sold on the University of Tennessee’s store website VolShop.

John C. Reilly Joins HBO’s 1980s Lakers Pilot (Variety) Reilly will play the role of former Lakers owner Jerry Buss, replacing Michael Shannon.

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