3). We could not agree more. The NFL accepts the responsibility for improving youth football and making our game and all youth sports safer for the kids who play them. I grew up playing on the fields and courts of Wisconsin. I know the efforts the NFL is leading will make sports safer. Let me offer a few examples of our initiatives: We have promoted the adoption of youth concussion laws in 49 states, including sports odds Wisconsin with the help of the Green Bay Packers. Four years ago, these laws did not exist; today, almost every Davis hits 50th homer; Orioles beat Blue Jays child who plays contact sports is governed by a common-sense set of protections governing when they can and cannot play after a head injury. In addition, we partner with institutions such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to educate parents, coaches and youth athletes about youth sports safety, from concussion awareness to equipment fit to hydration. In conjunction with our youth football partner, USA Football, the NFL is promoting Heads Up Football. The NFL launched USA Football with the NFL Players Association 10 years ago to be a governing body for the sport and to provide guidance to youth leagues across the country.