Each morning since Sean Considine joined the Baltimore Ravens, special teams coordinator Jerry Rosman has asked him the same question and it has nothing to do with football.

"How did it go last night?"

Considine and his wife, Nicole, are the parents of four children — a 5-year old son and 19-month old triplets (two daughters and one son).

The couple has employed a nanny, but Sean makes sure to get out of the house each morning without waking up the triplets.

With his family in tow, Considine, who played two years for the Jaguars (2009-10), has become a core special teams player for Baltimore. He'll play in his first Super Bowl Sunday when the Ravens face San Francisco.

Considine has played in all 19 games this year and leads the Ravens with four special teams tackles in the postseason.

"Sean's been a big, big help for us," Rosman said.

Said Considine: "My enjoyment of this season has increased so much not only because of the way things are done in Baltimore but I've been able to share it with my family."