Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- Yahoo!Sports profiled Brian Banks, who is realizing his NFL dream in a different way after being exonerated of a sexual assault charges.
- The Wall Street Journal also reported that the NFL has donated 30 seconds of air time during Sunday's Super Bowl for a domestic-violence awareness ad. Business Insider reported that the ad will be based on an actual 911 call. The Journal also looked at how the NFL has helped the No More organization grow in a priceless manner.
- Three former NFL players wrote in the Huffington Post asked the league to fund research for marijuana treatments for brain injuries.
- The Wall Street Journal interviewed Dawn Hudson, the NFL's chief marketing officer, about the league's new personal conduct policy.
- KPVI-TV in Pocatella, Idaho, reported on an Idaho State study that shows high school football players often don't inflate their helmets properly.
- The Idaho Statesman in Boise reported that the state's high school football concussion rate raised slightly from this year.
- The San Francisco Chronicle reported that the Serra High School football coach has received support from his peers after declining to have his team play a consolation playoff game for player safety reasons.
- Parade magazine reported on the National Academy of Sports Medicine in Chandler, Arizona, and its role in the Phoenix area this week.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor