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Sean Considine

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  • Injuries at safety could open door for Christian Thompson, Omar Brown

    Injuries at safety could open door for Christian Thompson, Omar Brown
    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...
  • Cam Cameron expects Marshal Yanda to be ready for Bengals game

    Cam Cameron expects Marshal Yanda to be ready for Bengals game
    Although Marshal Yanda remained sidelined at practice for the fourth day in a row due to a strained right knee, offensive coordinator Cam Cameron fully expects the Pro Bowl right guard to be ready for the Ravens' Sept. 10 regular- season opener against...
  • Ravens' Courtney Upshaw, Marshal Yanda say they're back, ready for Bengals game

    Ravens' Courtney Upshaw, Marshal Yanda say they're back, ready for Bengals game
    After aggravating his strained right shoulder during the Ravens preseason finale, rookie outside linebacker Courtney Upshaw declared that he's ready to play in the season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals. "Most definitely, I feel great," said...
  • James Ihedigbo: 'I bring that leadership mentality'

    James Ihedigbo: 'I bring that leadership mentality'
    Veteran safety James Ihedigbo knows exactly why the Ravens reached out to him shortly after he was cut by the New England Patriots. The Ravens wanted to acquire expertise on special teams and for him to provide depth on defense with safety Emanuel Cook...
  • Jah Reid still sidelined with strained calf (UPDATED)

    Jah Reid still sidelined with strained calf (UPDATED)
    Ravens offensive tackle Jah Reid remains sidelined due to a slow-to-heal strained right calf initially suffered in June when he was carted off the field. Since that minicamp practice, Reid has aggravated the leg injury twice. Although he wasn't placed...
  • Considine upgraded to full participation

    Considine upgraded to full participation
    The Ravens upgraded veteran safety Sean Considine to full participation on their second injury report of the week heading into Monday night's season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals. Considine was limited in practice Thursday as he continues to...
  • Not many changes at Ravens practice Saturday

    Two days before the regular-season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, it did not appear that there were any new absences at Ravens practice Saturday. Rookie cornerback Asa Jackson and offensive tackle Jah Reid were not on the field behind the team&...
  • Sean Considine clears mind -- and air -- over concussions

    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’...
  • Injury updates: Jah Reid doubtful, Asa Jackson questionable

    Ravens offensive tackle Jah Reid is listed as doubtful on the final injury report of the week. Reid might as well be ruled out, though, considering that he hasn't practiced in weeks since aggravating a strained right calf for the second time since...
  • Considine making the most out of Reed's absence

    Considine making the most out of Reed's absence
    With eight-time Pro Bowler Ed Reed absent from the Ravens’ three-day, mandatory minicamp at the team’s training facility in Owings Mills, Sean Considine has been lining up in Reed’s customary spot as the defense’s free safety. It&...
  • Ravens reach deal with Brendon Ayanbadejo

    Ravens reach deal with Brendon Ayanbadejo
    Shortly after bolstering their special teams unit by agreeing to terms with former Chicago Bears defensive back Corey Graham, the Ravens have kept a core special teams player of their own in house by reaching an agreement with three-time Pro Bowl player...
  • Ravens agree to terms with McClain

    Ravens agree to terms with McClain
    Having already lost two defensive starters and two key reserves to free agency, the Ravens moved today to keep an unheralded yet steady member of their defense, agreeing to terms with inside linebacker Jameel McClain. “It’s great," McClain...