Thursday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- KTVK-TV in Phoenix reported on former NFL running back Warrick Dunn, who helped to present a Habitat for Humanity house to a single mom in Coolidge, Ariz.
- New Arizona State athletic director Ray Anderson said overtraining is a serious problem among ASU intercollegiate athletic teams, including Sun Devils football, Arizona Sports reported. Anderson is a former senior vice president with the NFL.
WFYI-FM, the NPR stadium in Indianapolis, reported that the new concussion training law in Indiana enhances existing school policies.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor