Monday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- Michigan Live reported that the University of Michigan president Mark Schlissel is satisfied with his athletic department's review of in-game safety procedures after the school came under fire last football season for its handling of quarterback Shane Morris, who suffered a head injury but was left in a game.
- The Sun Chronicle in North Attleboro, Massachusetts, reported that the New England Patriots have joined the clean-up efforts in Foxboro.
- The Davis (California) Enterprise reported on UC Davis' new conditioning coach, who hopes to stem the tide of injuries suffered by the Aggies last season.
- The Herald-Bulletin in Anderson, Indiana, reported that legislation to expand the state's concussion laws will stall in committee.
- The Columbus (Georgia) Ledger Inquirer reported that high school coaches in Georgia and Alabama have mixed reactions to limits that were passed last week for contact in high school practices in their states.
- The Palm Springs (California) Desert Sun reported on how private coach, especially for quarterbacks, has become a big business.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor