Wednesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- The Titans' official site reported how the team spreads Christmas cheer at Nashville's St. Thomas West Hospital.
- The Florida Times-Union reported that Navy defensive end Will Anthony, an NFL prospect, is more motivated by a career in the military.
- The Associated Press reported on how NFL officials and representatives from other pro leagues testified before the U.S. Senate on domestic violence.
- The National Journal reported on the five ways in which the NFL is combatting personal conduct issues.
- In the second installment of of a two-part series, AL.com looked at the tough choices football parents are facing because of concussion risk.
- The National Federation of State High School Associations has announced its concussion task force recommendations for 2015.
- KSHB-TV in Kansas City reported on an area mother who offered other parents advice on how to deal with youth sports concussions.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor