Monday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- The New York Daily News reported that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell met with an African-American women's violence group about domestic violence issues.
- The San Antonio Express-News wrote that the Valero Bowl is underwriting baseline concussion testing for five San Antonio high schools.
- KMBC-TV in Kansas City looked at how vision training could reduce the risk of concussions for athletes.
- Science News reported on a study that said putting magnets in helmets could put the brakes on a collision between headgear before it starts.
- The Springfield (Missouri) News-Leader reported on the outcry in the state over high school football games not required to have ambulances on site.
- KPAX-TV in Missoula, Montana, reported that the state has seen an 8 percent drop in high school football participation this season.
- KSTU-TV in Salt Lake City reported that Utah officials are discussing updating the state's head trauma policies for school sports.
- The Washington Post reported that Loudon County, Virginia, school district again rejected the helmet sensors for high school football teams after area parents offer to pay for them.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor