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Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of sports:

  • The Titans have honored breast cancer survivor Kim Johnson as the 12th Titan as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Titans Online reported.
  • NPR station WNIJ-FM talked to Dr. Peter Gray, who is making another push for Illinois to limit the amount of contact during high school football practices.
  • The News Journal in Wilmington, Del., reported on how the state's health, sports and school officials are advancing an action plan for documenting, managing and caring for young athletes who get a concussion while playing a sport.
  • Former Gophers football players told the Star Tribune of the Twin Cities that they support University of Minnesota coach Jerry Kill, who suffered his fifth game-day seizure in two years on Saturday.
  • The Calgary Herald wrote that many in the CFL are puzzled by the Edmonton Eskimos' handling of quarterback Mike Reilly, who suffered a concussion two weeks ago and played limited minutes last weekend.

-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor

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