Monday's Heads Up Football news:
- KTVB-TV in Boise, Idaho, reported on the Optimist Youth Football Parents' Heads Up Football Clinic that drew 275 parents on Saturday.
- The East Valley Tribune in Mesa, Ariz., reported that all of the Pop Warner coaches in the state are now Heads Up-certified and are receiving help with concussion tests from the Mayo Clinic.
- The Spokane (Wash.) Spokesman-Review wrote about a Heads Up Football clinic for coaches in the area that focused on concussions.
- NewJersey.com reported on a Pop Warner Football clinic in Hamilton, N.J., that promoted the Heads Up program to kids.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor