Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- Researchers from the University of Cincinnati announced a study that found football players who underwent vision training suffered fewer concussions.
- Former NFL running back Maurice Jones-Drew gave researchers a reality check about inventions involving concussions during last week's GSB Sports Innovation Conference.
- Mission of Hope in Haiti announced that NFL kicker Jay Feeley is helping children in the country by helping to build a new sports complex.
- The Montgomery (Alabama) Advertiser interviewed new Southeastern Conference commissioner Greg Sankey, who said that he expects the NCAA to weigh in soon on personal conduct issues involving athletes.
- The University of Arkansas for Medical Services announced it has created the state's first sports medicine fellowship for family physicians, offering advanced training on diagnosis and treatment of sports-related injuries.
- WTHR-TV in Indianapolis reported on the issues involving the expanded concussion bill in the Indiana senate.
- WAAY-TV in Birmingham, Alabama, looked at the concussion studies ongoing at the University of Alabama-Birmingham.
- Neurology Advisor reported on a Rush University Medical Center study in Chicago that said psychiatric symptoms can predict recovery after concussion.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor