Wednesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- The Associated Press featured former NFL star quarterback Brett Favre, who has helped to coach Oak Grove High School to the Mississippi state title game.
- Researchers at the University of Windsor found that many Canadian college football players disregard the threat of a concussion, according to the Windsor Star.
- Philly.com wrote that concussion worries are at the heart of the New Jersey high school sports governing body's reluctance to expand the state's football playoffs.
- The Savannah (Ga.) Morning News wrote about a group of student trainers who helped to conduct baseline testing for athletes in the area.
- Inside Higher Ed wrote about how football is not the only college sport in which concussions are a worry.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor