Wednesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- WFAA-TV in Dallas featured a Grapevine, Texas, business that is helping NFL players make the financial transition from football.
- The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported NFL teams are looking more closely at the personal conduct of prospects before they are drafted, talking to former NFL general manager Phil Savage.
- The Harvard Medical School announced earlier this year that it has a 10-year agreement with the NFL Players Association to study injuries in the league.
- The Memphis Commercial Appeal previewed a forum that will look at the state of concussion care in the city.
- The Alexandria (Minnesota) Echo looked at the value of youth football players to diversify their sports for development.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor