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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared Sunday that professional sports teams in his state can return to their training facilities after a pause of more than two months due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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At least four teams are asking the NBA to have players travel directly to the league's proposed "campus" site to resume training rather than having them first come to the clubs' home cities, ESPN reported Friday.

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The Seattle Seahawks and running back Carlos Hyde reached an agreement on a one-year deal worth $4 million, the NFL Network's Tom Pelissero and Ian Rapoport reported Friday.

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Following a tedious, seven-week break from soccer, Atlanta United reopened practice facilities for individual, voluntary workouts earlier this month. Since then, players have attempted to make up for the preparation time they missed due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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With the beating and the banging in the final 10 laps that probably had the fans at home on their feet, an emotional Chase Briscoe battled Kyle Busch to the line Thursday to capture the win in the Toyota 200 at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway in the NASCAR Xfinity Series' first race back since the COVID-19 pandemic brought sports to a halt.

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Denny Hamlin, running on worn tires late in Wednesday evening's Toyota 500 NASCAR Cup Series race, got an assist from the weather gods -- an assist that handed him the victory at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway.

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While much of the talk about the Dallas Cowboys this offseason has been about their offense, their defense got a potential huge boost on Wednesday, as the NFL conditionally reinstated defensive end Aldon Smith, multiple media outlets reported.

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The Oakland Athletics missed their $1.2 annual rent payment, citing financial difficulties brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, the Bay Area News Group reported.

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NFL owners approved the Los Angeles Rams' request to borrow $500 million more from the league to fund their new facility, SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif., multiple outlets reported on Tuesday.

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