Friday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- The Daily Record of Parsippany, N.J., featured the NFL's "Super Kids -- Super Sharing" event at Essex County College.
- College Football Talk reported that all student athletes at Troy University, including football players, will undergo drug testing beginning in 30 days.
- The Roanoke Times reported that the Virginia city's school board voted to broaden its concussion policies to help staff to better handle head injuries.
- The Associated Press reported the West Virginia Board of Education approved new rules on how high schools handle sports concussions, including requiring that a licensed health care professional clear athletes to return to action.
- WGBH-TV in Boston interviewed Dr. William Meehan, who is the director of the Sports Concussion Clinic at Boston Children's Hospital, about concussion risk in youth football players.
- The Philadelphia Inquirer featured the new concussion center at the Philadelphia Navy Yard that will house many experts in head injuries.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor