Monday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- Former NFL kicker Michael Husted, who teaches kicking clinics and runs national camps, interviewed a sports psychologist about the intricacies of preparing for a game, published on michaelhusted.com.
- NFL agent Leigh Steinberg wrote in his weekly column in the Daily Pilot of Costa Mesa, Calif, that his group is close to launching a concussion awareness and research foundation, Athlete's Speak, to put active and retired athletes in the forefront of speaking out for greater safety.
- WTWO-TV in Terre Haute, Ind., reported that two former NFL players, Ernie and Anthony Thompson, led a Fitness Summit for the Wabash Valley.
- The Reedsburg Times Press reported on how health screenings are helping football players in this Wisconsin community stay healthier.
- The Omaha World Herald looked at the journey of a high school football player trying to come back from a concussion.
- MedPageToday reported on a study that says kids who suffer concussions need a break from schoolwork.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor