The only Stateline native to start an NFL game in the last decade will be starting a new chapter in his pro football career. 23 news was the first to tell you that Sean Considine has signed a two year contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars
Today is the first day that free agents can sign with another NFL team and Considine met with the Jaguars this morning. 23 news learned that about half a dozen other teams also showed interest, including the New England Patriots, but Considine chose Jacksonville, in part, because they plan on making him a starting safety.
Considine played his first four NFL seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles after being taken with the first pick on the second day of the 2005 NFL draft. He started 17 games with the Eagles and is widely considered one of the best special team players in the league.