Eagles Safety Considine Heading to Jacksonville

The Jaguars have been looking for safeties through the draft and in free agency the past few years. On Friday, they reached a two-year deal with Eagles safety Sean Considine.

The former fourth-round pick of the Eagles agreed to a two-year, $3 million deal to leave the Eagles. He had been contacted by eight teams at the start of free agency. He picked Jacksonville as his first visit and the deal came together quickly.

Though he didn’t start last season, Considine was considered a player on the rise in 2006 and 2007 when he had a total of 17 starts. His best season was in 2006 when he had 85 tackles in 16 games. He started in nine of those games.

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