TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida is willing to be a restart site for professional sports leagues when play resumes following shutdowns caused by the new coronavirus. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said today that he is welcoming all pro sports for practicing and playing, although he couldn’t guarantee that fans would be permitted. Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced yesterday that his state is open to games without spectators for all the major sports starting Saturday.

MIAMI (AP) — The Miami Marlins will temporarily furlough 90 to 100 baseball operations employees beginning June 1 because of the coronavirus pandemic. A person confirmed the furloughs to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the Marlins didn't comment publicly. The person said about 40 percent of the baseball operations staff will be affected, with the status of those furloughed to be evaluated monthly. Their health benefits will continue through the end of October.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A spokesman for The Greenbrier resort in West Virginia says several NFL teams are eyeing the facility owned by state Gov. Jim Justice as a potential training facility during the coronavirus pandemic. Spokesman Cam Huffman says no franchise has officially signed on to practice at the resort, which has previously hosted training camps for New Orleans Saints and the Houston Texans. The Greenbrier has been closed since March 19 due to the pandemic, and the annual PGA event at the resort has been cancelled.

UNDATED (AP) — The PGA Tour will test players, caddies and key staff for the coronavirus once a week when tournaments resume next month. Everyone at the golf course will have their temperatures taken every day as the tour tries to show it can restart its season with minimal risks. The new restrictions also include no pro-ams, no spectators for at least a month, no family members and an emphasis on social distancing everywhere from the clubhouse to the practice range.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Georgetown guard Mac McClung plans to enter the NCAA transfer portal after taking his name out of consideration for the NBA draft. McClung averaged 15.7 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.4 assists in 21 games as a sophomore this past season, missing time with a right foot injury. His departure follows the transfers of four other Georgetown men’s basketball players during last season.