Monday's health and safety news from the world of football:
But he said after Sunday's game that he disliked having to coach from the press box, according to the Chronicle.
- CNN looked at the array of concussion sensors and questioned if they are helping youth football players or merely providing a placebo since very few sensors have been subjected to peer-reviewed studies.
- The sports editor of the Midland (Mich.) Daily News wrote that the game of football has been unfairly maligned in recent years.
- Forbes profiled a Chicago business that has invented a brain mapping program called QuicMAP. The company will work with the NFL Players Association in its new Trust program for retired players.
- The Green Bay Press-Gazette's weekly youth coaching column said proper coaching can reduce injuries.
- The Daily Tar Heel wrote in an editorial that the University of North Carolina needs to use its new partnership with the NFLPA to further concussion studies.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor