Friday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- The Monday Morning Quarterback profiled NFL senior vice president of player personnel and football operations Joel Bussert, who helped to shepherd many of the player safety initiatives used today in pro football.
- WROC-TV in Rochester, New York, covered a domestic violence workshop for football coaches led by former NFL player and consultant Joe Ehrmann.
- WIAT-TV in Birmingham, Alabama, reported on the technology introduced by University of Alabama-Birmingham to assist in concussion research.
- The Pittsburgh Business Journal reported that a Conemaugh Health System study found student athletes suffered fewer concussions after conditioning training designed by sports and exercise specialists.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor