Monday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- Peter King of TheMMQB.com on the key rules changes that owners will examine next week at the NFL Annual Meeting, including a possible change to the extra point.
- CBS Sports reported that former NFL wide receiver Donte Stallworth posted on his Instagram account about the dangers of drunk driving on the fifth anniversary of the day he killed a Miami man while driving under the influence. He talked about the regrets he lives with today.
- Former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue will be part of the Knight Commission on college athletes when it convenes to discuss, among other subjects, the movement for college athletes to unionize, according to the Virginian Pilot.
- David Pratt, a licensed physical therapist, wrote for the Bleacher Report that the NFL should adopt the blood test method of detecting concussions.
- The Redskins' official website reported that owner Dan Snyder and wife Tanya were honored for their work with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
- The Daily Nebraskan reported on two University of Nebraska professors who testified about concussion issues last week on Capitol Hill.
- The Globe and Mail in Toronto questioned the effectiveness of Reebok's Checklight skullcap, which is marketed as a way to alert users to concussions.
- The Akron Beacon-Journal reported on a study that said genetic differences could explain the higher rate of ACL injuries in women.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor