Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- Variety reported that Ray Lewis will serve as a coach for Spike TV's new series, "Coaching Bad," which will try to help youth coaches with anger issues.
- Sports Illustrated reported that former NFL quarterback Jeff Garcia has joined the coaching staff of the CFL Montreal Alouettes.
- KSAZ-TV in Phoenix reported on the "Brain Sentry" sensors worn by the Arizona Rattlers during the Arena Football League playoffs.
- The Brockton (Mass.) Enterprise profiled Easton, Mass., native Thomas Healy, who helped to start HeadSmart Labs to research improvements in football helmets.
- KSAT-TV in San Antonio reported on how coaches and trainers are keeping an eye out for concussions as South Texas schools began practice.
- KIII-TV in Corpus Christi, Texas, examined the need for hydration awareness during high school football practice.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor