New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has followed Andrew Cuomo’s lead in New York and is allowing professional sports teams to train and return to competition in the state.
According to SNY's Ralph Vacchiano, a return to minicamp in mid-June still seems unlikely for both the Jets and Giants, but training camp -- which can begin as early as July 29 -- is more likely.
The Philadelphia Sixers are also eligible to return to their respective training facilities in the state, too.
The Sixers train in Camden, NJ and can choose to begin practicing there as the NBA eyes a July return at a central location in Orlando.
The New Jersey Devils, on the other hand, likely will not qualify for the NHL’s return, which is expected to be a 24-team playoff format.