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Sean Considine biography

Date of birth : 1981-10-28
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Dixon, Illinois
Nationality : American
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2010-11-01
Credited as : Football player NFL, safety for the Jaguars, Super Bowl/NFL Draft player

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Sean Considine is an American football safety for the Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fourth round of the 2005 NFL Draft. He was a key player for the Byron Tigers Byron, Illinois. He played college football at Iowa, starting as a walk-on before earning a scholarship in his sophomore year.

TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Philadelphia in the fourth round (102nd overall) of the 2005 draft … Signed by Jacksonville as an unrestricted free agent on 2/27/09.

Sixth-year pro has played in 57 games with 23 starts at safety … Joined Jaguars as an unrestricted free agent in 2009 and started six of 11 games … Spent the previous four seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles where he played in 46 games … Career totals include 201 tackles, 1.5 sacks, three INTs, three fumble recoveries, one forced fumble, seven tackles for loss and 11 passes defensed … Recorded 72 special teams tackles in five seasons … Has played in five career postseason games with two starts … Played in all 16 games in 2008 and led the Eagles with a career-high 32 special teams tackles … Recorded a career-high 107 tackles in 2006 as he made career-high nine starts at strong safety … Former fourth-round pick, the 102nd player taken overall … Started career at Iowa as a walk-on before earning a scholarship as a sophomore …


Appeared in 11 games with six starts in his first season with the Jaguars … Finished with 36 tackles (24 solo), one INT, five passes defensed and two tackles for loss … Added four special teams tackles and a fumble recovery … Opened season as starting SS on 9/13 at IND and finished with three tackles … Started at SS on 9/20 vs. ARI and totaled nine tackles and recovered a fumble on special teams … Started at SS on 9/27 at HOU and sustained a groin injury … Was inactive the next four games … Returned to action in reserve role on 11/8 vs. KC and played 38 snaps … Started at SS on 11/15 at NYJ and registered eight tackles (six solo) and one pass defensed … Recorded an interception of Ryan Fitzpatrick on 11/22 vs. BUF … Was inactive (head) on 12/6 vs. HOU … Played 34 snaps on 12/27 at NE and made four tackles …


Played in all 16 games for the second time in four seasons, primarily on special teams … Led team with 32 special teams tackles … Finished with 11 tackles (five solo) on defense, one tackle for loss and one quarterback pressure … Played in all three postseason games and finished with three special teams tackles … Had four tackles in the season-opener on 9/7 vs. STL and followed with three tackles on 9/15 at DAL … 11/2 at SEA: Registered four special teams tackles in win … Recorded a team-high four special teams tackles on 11/16 at CIN … 12/28 vs. DAL: Had two tackles in regular season finale …


Started first eight games before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury … Totaled 47 tackles (31 solo), one interception and one pass defensed … Added two special teams tackles … 9/17 vs. WAS: Finished with six tackles (four solo) … 9/23 vs. DET: Intercepted Jon Kitna in the back of the end zone, thwarting a Lions drive … 9/30 at NYG: Totaled six tackles (five solo) … Registered eight tackles on 10/14 at NYJ and 10/21 vs. CHI … Had seven tackles on 10/28 at MIN … Suffered a shoulder sprain on 11/4 at DAL and was placed on injured reserve on 11/7 …


Played in all 16 games for the first time in his career and started last nine games at SS … Finished with a career-high 107 tackles (66 solo) and then career-high 26 special teams tackles … Added 1.5 sacks, one INT, five passes defensed, two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble … 10/22 at TB: Made first career start and finished with eight tackles (five solo) … 10/29 vs. JAX: Recorded nine tackles and one fumble recovery … 11/19 vs. TEN: Registered first career sack of Vince Young along with nine tackles … Produced career-high 14 tackles on 11/26 at IND and 12/10 at WAS … 12/31 vs. ATL: Picked off Matt Schaub for first career INT and also recorded a sack, finishing with nine tackles in regular season finale … 1/7 vs. NYG: Started at SS in NFC Wild Card Game and finished with four tackles … 1/13 at NO: Started at SS and had nine tackles (five solo) in NFC Divisional Playoff Game …


Played in six games, mainly on special teams, before being placed on injured reserve with a shoulder injury … Finished with eight special teams tackles … Was inactive for first three weeks … Saw first career action on 10/2 at KC … 11/14 vs. DAL: Suffered a dislocated shoulder and was placed on injured reserve two days later.


Started career as a walk-on and was a four-year letterman … Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors four times … Earned honorable mention All-Big Ten honors as a senior safety with 48 tackles, three INTs and one blocked kick … Took over the starting free safety position as a junior and recorded 66 tackles, three INTs and two blocked kicks … Earned a scholarship as a sophomore in 2002 … Redshirted in 2000 … Graduated with a degree in marketing.


Married (Nicole) with son, Caden James … Wife Nicole ran track at Augustana College … Attended Byron High School (Byron, Ill.) … Earned all-state honors as a junior and senior running back … Holds school records with 4,010 rushing yards and 65 TDs … Led team to state title as a senior with 1,580 rushing yards and school-record 34 TDs … Grew up in Byron, Ill., a small town with a population of 2,400 … Picked up a new hobby in the 2007 offseason through his father-in-law: purchasing cattle to raise, breed and sell … Enjoys fishing and hunting … Holds high school record with eight home runs in a season and was recruited by several colleges to play center field … Hosts annual Considine Cancer Classic golf tournament in his hometown to benefit the American Cancer Society and the event has raised more than $100,000 in three years … Conducts an annual football camp in his hometown for children in the 2nd through 5th grade called the "State Champ Camp" … Works with the "Aiming for a Cure" charity, sponsored by "Hunter's Specialties," that benefits the Children's Hospital of Iowa … Long-time fan of Chicago Cubs and has made at least one trip to Wrigley Field every year since he was a child … First job was a farmhand on his best friend's ranch in Byron, Ill. … Brother, Tyler, played baseball at Iowa and his sister, Megan, joined the Hawkeye women’s basketball team in 2009 … Attended 2009 Jaguars Draft Day Party ... Visited St. Pius Catholic School in 2009 as part of Super Bowl of Caring Program ... Signed autographs and took pictures at local Massage Envy to raise money for breast cancer … Participated in 2009 Hometown Huddle … Visited the PACE Center to speak to girls about staying in school … Guest of honor at Steak & Steak Dinner to benefit the Boys & Girls Club … Visited the daniel Home and played games with children … Attended classes in 2010 at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania as part of the NFL Business Management and Entrepreneurial program. Full name: Sean Richard Considine.

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