Byron's 1999 state championship football team produced a Super Bowl XLVII champion when Sean Considine helped the Baltimore Ravens win their second title in February of 2013. Now that he has retired from football, Considine now owns and operates a mobile meat market in the Northern Illinois region.
Headon Considine Meat Market travels throughout the region to deliver fresh meat products to customers, including at farmers' markets. The former Tiger star has embraced the challenge of operating a business after a successful NFL career, and he learned through a serendipitous exchange that his newest venture is part of a historic family legacy.
"Actually, back in the early 1900's, the Considines had a meat market in Harmon, Illinois, which I had no clue about. I guess you could say the meat business has been in my blood. We just enjoy good food. It's hard to find good products and good food and Headon's has it and so it was a natural fit to partner up with those guys. Some lady down in Sterling brought me an article with a picture of a Considine. I think it was my great-great-great grandpa standing in front of a Considine's butcher shop down in Harmon. It was pretty neat. I didn't know anything about it."