Friday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- The Associated Press reported that Texas' high school sports governing body is on the verge of dumping its controversial steroids testing program for athletes.
- The Charlotte County Florida Weekly reported that the former quarterback is raising funds for the Joe Namath Neurological Research Center.
- Neurology Advisor reported that the King-Devick flash card concussion test brings simplicity and accuracy to the sideline.
- KJZZ-FM in Phoenix talked to a doctor from the Banner Concussion Center about the new eye-tracking concussion test developed by the Langone Medical Center in New York.
- NJ Spotlight in Montclair, New Jersey, reported that the state's legislature is considering a bill that would require a doctor's OK before allowing a student concussion victim to return to class.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor