Monday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- Medical Xpress reported on a University of Florida study that said adding the King-Devick Test for eyesight diagnoses a concussion 100 percent of the time.
- The Albuquerque Journal wrote that the NFL is scouting at the National Association of Sports Officials summit in New Mexico this week.
- The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat's editorial page applauded the new California law that will limit full-contact practices in middle and high school football.
- The Northwest Arkansas Times reported on proposed legislation that could limit full-contact practices in that state.
- The Indianapolis Star reported on one community high school that will test helmet sensors during the season.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor