Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- The Boston Business Journal reported on The Trust, which will offer current NFL players a three-day program through Babson College to give them a window into owning or partnering in franchises or small business. Among the past success stories are former NFL player Matt Chatham, who started a crepe company.
- AtlantaFalcons.com reported on the team's announcement that it will partner with CogniSens to use the NeuroTracker.
- The Jersey Journal reported on a charity bowling event that drew seven NFL players, including Evan Rodriguez of the Buffalo Bills.
- Global News in Regina, Saskatchewan, reported on a push to create a national sports injury database for Canadian athletes.
- A press release announced an alliance formed between XLNTbrain LLC and GForceTracker Inc. to provide a "fully-integrated" concussion management system to include Hit Count Certified impact sensors with concussion management tools and software.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor