GS: 5 | GP: 6 | Snaps: 371 Season in review: Harewood, who had missed his first two seasons due to injury, was a surprise starter in Week 1, moving from offensive tackle to left guard. He started the first five games of the season, but was then benched and didn't play again until Week 17. He was not active in any of the postseason games. Signature moment: Harewood played well in his first start, a big win over the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 1. Stat that stands out: 15 -- pressures allowed by Harewood in the first five games, per Pro Football Focus. Pro Football Focus grade: -0.5 overall | -5.6 as a pass blocker | +3.0 as a run blocker | +1.6 penalty. Outlook for 2013 and beyond: The Ravens tendered Harewood as a free agent, effectively keeping him under their control for the 2013 season. General manager Ozzie Newsome said last month that he likes the young linemen on the roster, but Harewood will once again have to compete for a roster spot this offseason. It's unclear if he will ever become a solid starter, but he might have value as a swing backup.
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