Wednesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- The Chicago Sun-Times reported that Bo Jackson, the only athlete to play in the NFL Pro Bowl and the MLB All-Star Game, is working as a coach this week with Chicago White Sox players at spring training camp in Glendale, Ariz. The 51-year-old Jackson doubts that anyone else will be successful as a two-sport player because athletes are getting faster and stronger.
- The Associated Press published a report from the Department of Health and Human Services that said 1.9 million young people sought emergency-room treatment for sports injuries in 2012.
- DenverBroncos.com reported the team will host the eighth annual Maltz Challenge, a fitness competition in honor of late Air Force Pararescue crewmembers.
- The Regina Leader-Post in Saskatchewan talked to former CFL star quarterback Anthony Calvillo, who ended a 20-year career after suffering a severe concussion against the Roughriders last summer.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor