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Ravens Sign Safety Considine

Considine Should help on Special Teams

 

The Ravens continued to make Friday a very busy day by adding depth to the Secondary as well as Special Teams.

With the departures of Tom Zbikowski (Indianapolis) and Haruki Nakamura (Carolina) in free agency, the signing of Sean Considine filled an immediate need and will likely help on special teams. He signed a one-year deal.

The Ravens will be Considine’s fifth team his last five NFL seasons.

Considine spent his first four years, including three with Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh, in Philadelphia. He was originally drafted by the Eagles with the first pick in the fourth round in 2005

Considine, 29, split the 2011 season between the Carolina Panthers and then the Arizona Cardinals.

The 6-foot, 212-pounder will join Baltimore safeties Ed Reed and Bernard Pollard. Baltimore also has exclusive rights free agent safety Emanuel Cook.


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