New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Announces Sports Teams in the State Can Begin Training Camps

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New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced Tuesday morning that sports teams in the state will be able to begin training camps effective today. The news comes two days after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said professional sports teams in his state can begin opening up training camps.

“We have been in constant discussions with teams about necessary protocols to protect the health and safety of players, coaches, and personnel,” Murphy said in a statement on Twitter.

This would obviously affect the NFL’s New York Jets and Giants and MLS’ New York Red Bulls, teams that are based in New Jersey. The NHL’s New Jersey Devils could be impacted, but it is unlikely due to the Devils missing the 24-team playoff format.

Last week, California Governor Gavin Newsom indicated that professional sporting events could return within the state as soon as the first week of June but without fans.

By Della Young

About Della Young

Della Young is a fiction writer based out of the Northern Virginia/Washington, D.C. area and an online student attending Full Sail University. She got her start in the entertainment industry at age seven as an actress. At the young age of nine, Della wrote a psychological thriller short story that sparked her interest in creative writing. She comes from a family of big Capitals fans and became inspired to start writing for sports. In her spare time, Della enjoys photography, traveling, and working on both sides of the camera. Follow Della on Twitter: @dellayoung
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