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Dallas Cowboys try to keep quiet, but lead way in player technology

Monday's health and safety news from the world of football:

  • The Dallas Morning News examined how microchips are the next big thing in sports technology, a field where the Dallas Cowboys are leading the way, despite seeking anonymity over its relationship with Catapult. The News talked to Gary McCoy, Catapult's 49-year-old senior applied sports scientist.
  • The Cleveland Clinic announced a study the University of Rochester has found that football players might suffer long-term brain changes even in the absence of concussion.
  • KXRM-TV looked at how high school athletic trainers have been preparing for concussions preparedness prior to this football season.

-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor

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