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A drone hovers over the practice field during a Dallas Cowboys organized team activity at the NFL football team's headquarters, Wednesday, June 10, 2015, in Irving, Texas. The FAA is investigating the use of the drones by the Cowboys and two other NFL teams. (AP Photo/Tim Sharp)

(Bloomberg) — The National Football League can use drones to shoot films, documentaries and television segments, becoming the first major sports league to receive such permission from the Federal Aviation Administration.

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