Thursday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- The Raleigh News & Observer reported that former NFL lineman Jason Brown, who gained notoriety recently for quitting pro football and starting a farm to feed the hungry, delivered his wife's child when doctors could not arrive in time to the farm.
- The Sporting News offered a primer on the NFL's new drug policy, including explaining the effects of HGH on the body.
- The Advance-Titan, the student newspaper of University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, featured former Green Bay Packers running back Dorsey Levens, who talked about the effects of concussions.
- The Daily Reveille at Louisiana State University published an op-ed that said despite the concerns surrounding concussions, parents should allow kids to play football.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor