Monday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- At the NFL Scouting Combine, the Boston Globe talked to Oregon defensive lineman Arik Armstead, who is competing for his older brother Armond, a former New England Patriot who had to retire in 2013 because of the effects from a heart attack he suffered at the University of Southern California that he blamed on the school medical staff giving him doses of the painkiller Toradol.
- WTAE-TV reported how former NFL quarterback Marc Bulger is giving back to his Pittsburgh roots with a military foundation and a scholarship to West Virginia University.
- WOAI-AM in San Antonio looked at how the Big 12 Conference's new concussion protocol could make all levels of football safer.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor