Wednesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- NFL.com reported that Ndamukong Suh will be able to play Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys after his one-game suspension for stepping on Rodgers last Sunday was reduced to a $70,000 fine on Tuesday by arbiter Ted Cottrell. Pro Football Talk reported that Cottrell overturned the suspension, but said Suh knew what he was doing.
- The Montgomery County (Maryland) Gazette reported on an area startup known as Brain Sentry that is seeing success with its helmet sensors.
- The Allentown Morning Call reported that University of Pennsylvania researchers have found a blood protein called SNTF that surged and stayed elevated in professional athletes with persistent concussion symptoms, but not in players who recovered within a few days.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor