Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- NFL.com reported that Indianapolis Colts safety LaRon Landry has been suspended four games for use of performance-enhancing drugs.
- The New York Times reported that Michigan coach Brady Hoke has been chided for allowing quarterback Shane Morris to return to play after suffering a concussion. NFL.com's College Football 24/7 reported that athletic director Dave Brandon admitted Morris suffered a concussion and the university mishandled his injury.
- WTIC-TV in Hartford reported on the reaction to Connecticut's expanded concussion law, which was signed Monday. The Fairfield, Conn., Citizen explained how the new law is designed to educate about concussions.
- WOOD-TV reported on a Grand Rapids, Mich., family that is upset after their son was sent back into a recent game after he appeared to suffer a concussion.
- WESA-FM in Pittsburgh explained the research by HeadSmart Labs, which is trying to make a better helmet.
- Minnesota Public Radio reported that the focus on concussions has transformed high school football in the state.
- KGO-TV in San Francisco reported that Stanford University researchers are testing a concussion device that looks at cognitive focus.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor