Football safety summit planned for Indy in February

Indianapolis is hosting a conference officials are calling the nation’s largest event focused on youth and high school football player safety, education and injury prevention.

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USA Football, the sport’s national governing body, recently announced that more than 600 youth and high school coaches, athletic directors, com-missioners and superintendents from across the United States will gather Feb. 21-22 at the Indiana Convention Center for the second annual USA Football National Conference.

Former Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy, who currently works as an analyst for NBC, will deliver a keynote address, followed by presentations from leaders in medicine, researchers and football experts with a diverse range of backgrounds and expertise.

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