Wednesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- ESPN's Ashley Fox profiledDenver Broncos lineman Ben Garland, who has blazed a trail as a former member of the military for players like Philadelphia's Alejandro Villenueva.
- The Jacksonville Times-Union reported that the Jacksonville Jaguars will make changes to training camp to try to limit injuries.
- The Houston Chronicle reported that the brothers of Houston Texans' David Quessenberry have shaved their heads in support of his fight against cancer.
- WFMY-TV in Winston-Salem, N.C., looked at the concussion research being conducted at Wake Forest University.
- The Associated Press featuredHaloti Ngata, who said he is pain free for the first time in two seasons.
- The Gwinnett (Ga.) Daily Post reported that former NFL wide receiver Chad Hall will host his inaugural Pigskin Patriots football and cheerleading camp for military families this weekend at Hill Air Force Base in Utah.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor