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Former Buffalo Bill Kevin Everett at peace with life after pro football

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

  • Former Buffalo Bills special teams player Kevin Everett, who retired six years ago after a neck injury, came back to Buffalo for an event. He said he was at peace with being a dad and a husband and out of football, the Buffalo News reported.
  • Former NFL player Rolando McClain was scheduled to meet with the Baltimore Ravens on Friday to discuss the possibility of returning to the league, reported.
  • The Winnipeg Free Press reported on two Alberta doctors who wrote that there is unnecessarily a crisis mode regarding concussions and traumatic brain injuries.
  • Health24 looked at the apps that can help health officials spot a concussion.
  • Maryland-based neurologist Harry Kerasidis, creator of XLNTbrain Sport concussion assessment and management program, visited New Orleans to talk about the program at the National School Board Association Convention, reported.
  • A study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine reported that dental issues can hinder athletic training, BBC Online reported.

-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor

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