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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | September 8, 2012
Days after shedding the red, non-contact mesh he wore during Thursday's practice, Sean Considine declared himself healthy and available to play in Monday's regular-season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals. “I feel good, and I'm real excited for Monday night football to open the season,” said the backup strong safety, who appeared to fully participate in his second consecutive day of practice. “Can't get any better than that. It's been a good, productive, long preseason, and I think everybody's ready to get into the season and start playing some meaningful games.” Considine was initially reported to have suffered concussions in the second and third games of the preseason - first against the Detroit Lions on Aug. 17 and then against the Jacksonville Jaguars six days later.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2013
The Ravens continue to fill holes on their defense and at a significantly lower price than the players who departed. About a week after their long-time free safety Ed Reed signed a three-year, $15 million deal with the Houston Texans, the Ravens settled on a potential replacement, agreeing in principle to a three-year, $6 million pact with former Oakland Raider Michael Huff on Wednesday. Huff, who was released March 12 as part of the Raiders' roster purge, will be at the Ravens' facility Thursday to take his physical and sign his contract.
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By Edward Lee | August 22, 2012
When Tom Zbikowski - and to a lesser extent, Haruki Nakamura - left the Ravens, the team wasted little time signing Sean Considine to a free-agent deal. And after offseason workouts and training camp, Considine is listed as starting strong safety Bernard Pollard's backup on the defensive depth chart. “It's kind of what I had in mind, and as far as contributing on special teams and doing things in that area, that was definitely the idea when I came here,” said Considine, an eighth-year vet who has also played with the Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | March 21, 2013
It took former Ravens safety Bernard Pollard a little over a week to find a new home. Pollard has agreed to sign a one-year deal with the Tennessee Titans, putting him back in the AFC South, his agent, Tory Dandy confirmed on Twitter this morning. Pollard, 28, played two seasons with the Houston Texans before signing with the Ravens. In a somewhat surprising move, the Ravens released Pollard on March 13 despite the fact that he was their leading tackler this past season.
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By Edward Lee | November 15, 2012
The Ravens confirmed Thursday that starting right guard Marshal Yanda returned to practice. Yanda, a Pro Bowler last year, participated on a limited basis after sitting out Wednesday's session because of an injured ankle. Nose tackle Terrence Cody (arm) and rookie strong safety Christian Thompson (thigh) were downgraded to limited participation after not being listed on Wednesday's injury report. Five players who were limited Wednesday - wide receivers Torrey Smith (chest) and Jacoby Jones (ankle)
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | March 21, 2013
It took former Ravens safety Bernard Pollard a little over a week to find a new home. Pollard has agreed to sign a one-year deal with the Tennessee Titans, putting him back in the AFC South, his agent, Tory Dandy confirmed on Twitter this morning. Pollard, 28, played two seasons with the Houston Texans before signing with the Ravens. In a somewhat surprising move, the Ravens released Pollard on March 13 despite the fact that he was their leading tackler this past season.
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By Jean Marie Beall and Jean Marie Beall,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 25, 2001
CANADA AND THE Bahamas might be the extent of Sean Conaboy's travels, but his knowledge of places far and away has earned him the top place in New Windsor Middle School's geography bee. The school conducted its first geography bee last year after the National Geographic Society, which sponsors the event, sent a flier to the school encouraging participation, according to Carroll Seiler, a social studies teacher of 10 years who helped pupils organize the...
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | March 11, 2013
The NFL offseason heats up on Tuesday when the free agency period begins and the NFL draft will take place next month. In anticipation of those events, blogger and reporter Matt Vensel will look at six key positions the Ravens might address in free agency and the NFL draft in the days leading up to the start of free agency. The Ravens are heading into life without inside linebacker Ray Lewis, but they must also prepare for life without free safety Ed Reed, who is also expected to be patrolling the halls of the Pro Football Hall of Fame someday.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2013
The Ravens continue to fill holes on their defense and at a significantly lower price than the players who departed. About a week after their long-time free safety Ed Reed signed a three-year, $15 million deal with the Houston Texans, the Ravens settled on a potential replacement, agreeing in principle to a three-year, $6 million pact with former Oakland Raider Michael Huff on Wednesday. Huff, who was released March 12 as part of the Raiders' roster purge, will be at the Ravens' facility Thursday to take his physical and sign his contract.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2012
It didn't take Brendon Ayanbadejo long to conjure a one-word adjective for the play of the Ravens special teams in 2011. "Mediocre," the special teams ace and inside linebacker said last month. That sentiment likely applied to the coverage units that looked vulnerable last season. Opponents averaged 29.2 yards per kick return last season, which ranked as the second-highest total in the NFL. The team also surrendered 11.9 yards per punt return, the ninth-highest average. The Ravens allowed three returns for touchdowns, equaling a franchise mark set in 1998 and matched in 2002.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | March 11, 2013
The NFL offseason heats up on Tuesday when the free agency period begins and the NFL draft will take place next month. In anticipation of those events, blogger and reporter Matt Vensel will look at six key positions the Ravens might address in free agency and the NFL draft in the days leading up to the start of free agency. The Ravens are heading into life without inside linebacker Ray Lewis, but they must also prepare for life without free safety Ed Reed, who is also expected to be patrolling the halls of the Pro Football Hall of Fame someday.
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By Edward Lee | November 15, 2012
The Ravens confirmed Thursday that starting right guard Marshal Yanda returned to practice. Yanda, a Pro Bowler last year, participated on a limited basis after sitting out Wednesday's session because of an injured ankle. Nose tackle Terrence Cody (arm) and rookie strong safety Christian Thompson (thigh) were downgraded to limited participation after not being listed on Wednesday's injury report. Five players who were limited Wednesday - wide receivers Torrey Smith (chest) and Jacoby Jones (ankle)
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By Edward Lee | September 8, 2012
Days after shedding the red, non-contact mesh he wore during Thursday's practice, Sean Considine declared himself healthy and available to play in Monday's regular-season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals. “I feel good, and I'm real excited for Monday night football to open the season,” said the backup strong safety, who appeared to fully participate in his second consecutive day of practice. “Can't get any better than that. It's been a good, productive, long preseason, and I think everybody's ready to get into the season and start playing some meaningful games.” Considine was initially reported to have suffered concussions in the second and third games of the preseason - first against the Detroit Lions on Aug. 17 and then against the Jacksonville Jaguars six days later.
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By Edward Lee | August 28, 2012
Ravens safeties Christian Thompson and Omar Brown were stretching after a recent practice when Thompson realized that they might be asked to play the entire preseason finale against the St. Louis Rams on Thursday night. “We were just joking about it while we were stretching,” Thompson said. “We were saying, 'We've got to get ready,' because that includes special teams. So it could be a long four quarters on Thursday. But if that's how it's going to play out, we've just got to prepare and make the most of our opportunities.” Added Brown: “It kind of hit me today, and that's why we were doing a little bit of extra running after practice.” Thompson and Brown might be pressed into lengthier duty because of a sudden lack of depth in the safety corps.
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By Edward Lee | August 22, 2012
When Tom Zbikowski - and to a lesser extent, Haruki Nakamura - left the Ravens, the team wasted little time signing Sean Considine to a free-agent deal. And after offseason workouts and training camp, Considine is listed as starting strong safety Bernard Pollard's backup on the defensive depth chart. “It's kind of what I had in mind, and as far as contributing on special teams and doing things in that area, that was definitely the idea when I came here,” said Considine, an eighth-year vet who has also played with the Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2012
It didn't take Brendon Ayanbadejo long to conjure a one-word adjective for the play of the Ravens special teams in 2011. "Mediocre," the special teams ace and inside linebacker said last month. That sentiment likely applied to the coverage units that looked vulnerable last season. Opponents averaged 29.2 yards per kick return last season, which ranked as the second-highest total in the NFL. The team also surrendered 11.9 yards per punt return, the ninth-highest average. The Ravens allowed three returns for touchdowns, equaling a franchise mark set in 1998 and matched in 2002.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | March 23, 2012
Minutes before a news conference with Ravens coach John Harbaugh and the recently re-signed Jameel McClain, Baltimore announced the identity of the mystery fourth free agent they locked up today. The Ravens have signed veteran safety Sean Considine, who has played 83 career games in seven NFL seasons. In 2011, he spent time with both the Carolina Panthers and the Arizona Cardinals. He has also spent time with the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Philadelphia Eagles, who drafted him in the fourth round in 2005.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | March 23, 2012
Minutes before a news conference with Ravens coach John Harbaugh and the recently re-signed Jameel McClain, Baltimore announced the identity of the mystery fourth free agent they locked up today. The Ravens have signed veteran safety Sean Considine, who has played 83 career games in seven NFL seasons. In 2011, he spent time with both the Carolina Panthers and the Arizona Cardinals. He has also spent time with the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Philadelphia Eagles, who drafted him in the fourth round in 2005.
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