As he was being benched, Harewood also was struck by a recurring bout with migraine headaches that affected him for the next few weeks. The ailment even prompted him to wear sunglasses indoors at the Ravens' training complex.
Harewood emphasized that he only had migraines and not a concussion.
Now, Harewood is feeling better and hoping to get back in the mix at left guard going forward.
"Yeah, everything has been good so far," Harewood said. "The migraines came after the fact, after they made the change. I'm just working hard and looking for another chance."
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