Friday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- The Contra Costa Times featured former NFL running back Michael Oliphant, whose youth athlete training business has skyrocketed after an idea that took root in his backyard four years ago.
- Medical Technology Europe talked to NFL Head Neck and Spine Committee co-chair Dr. Richard Ellenbogen about an eye-tracking device to measure the severity of concussions.
- The Associated Press reported that two New Mexico senators have introduced a bill to expand the state's concussion laws.
- The Norwalk Daily Voice reported that the Connecticut city adopted a concussion protocol to be used during activities for all city fields.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor