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Atlanta's sports teams showing solidarity for the city on #404Day

All of Atlanta's pro sports teams coming together to support the city and staying safe during this time.

April 4 has become an established tradition in metro Atlanta for bringing out city's sports teams together to celebrate the city's original 404 area code.

This year, with the uncertainty and anxiety that exists around the world, Atlanta's sports teams have come together in a unified message of staying safe and doing what is needed to get everyone through the crisis.

The teams have collectively released a video featuring the Braves' Freddie Freeman, Tiffany Hayes from the Atlanta Dream, Grady Jarrett from the Atlanta Falcons, the Atlanta Hawks' John Collins and Josef Martinez from the Atlanta United.

Along with the pro sports teams, Atlanta's collegiate teams -- including Georgia Tech and Georgia State -- have joined in: 


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