Friday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- WKRK-FM reported that former Cleveland Browns wide receiver Braylon Edwards -- who is currently a free agent -- said he will make good on a promise he made in 2007 to pay for 100 area kids to go to college.
- New Orleans Saints safety Kenny Vaccaro told The New Orleans Advocate that reward outweighs the risk in playing pro football. He has suffered two concussions since his NFL career began in 2013.
- The Greenville News chronicled the return of former South Carolina cornerback Chris Culliver, who is hoping to return to full strength with the San Francisco 49ers from a serious knee injury.
- Fox Sports reported on former NFL defensive back Leigh Bodden's commencement speech to his Hyattsville, Maryland, high school.
- In an editorial, The Boston Globe was critical of President Barack Obama's concussion summit last week.
- Diverse: Issues in Higher Education delved into the research partnership between the Department of Defense and the NCAA that was announced at the summit.
- The State in Columbia, South Carolina, reported on a hotly-debated random drug testing proposal in one of the area's school districts.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor