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Ramon Harewood
T #70
Height:
6-6
Weight:
330
College:
Morehouse
Hometown:
St. Michael, Barbados
Experience:
4
Offensive Line
YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 6 5
2012 BAL 6 5

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Biography

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Ramon Harewood was selected by the Ravens in the sixth round (194th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft.

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Ramon Harewood was selected by the Ravens in the sixth round (194th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft.

Career

• Started his first-career NFL game and helped the Ravens gain 430 total yards of offense and set a then-franchise-record 44 points in the 44-13 victory vs. Cin. (9/10/12)
• Spent his first two seasons (2010 and 2011) on Injured Reserve (knees and ankle)
• Is the first-ever Barbadian-born player to play in the NFL

2012: (6/5, 0/0) Helped the Ravens score the most points (398)and post the second-most total yards (5,640) in team history(5,723 in 1996), including a career-high 3,817 passing yards by QB Joe Flacco and 1,143 yards and 9 TDs rushing by RB Ray Rice

• Was a game-day inactive in games 6-15
• Started at LG and helped protect QB Joe Flacco, who threw for 356 yards and 1 TD, as well as rushing for a TD, in the 23-16 victory in game 4 vs. Cle. (9/27)
• Started at LG and helped the Ravens produce 503 total yards (third-highest total in franchise history), including 382 yards and 3 TDs through the air by QB Joe Flacco, in the 31-30 victory in game 3 vs. NE (9/23)...The Ravens had four scoring drives of 80 yards or more...Ravens did not allow a sack against the Patriots
• Started at LG and helped the Ravens average 5.3 yards per carry (21 attempts for 111 yards and a TD) in game 2 at Phi. (9/16)
• Started his first-career NFL game at LG and helped the Ravens gain 430 total yards of offense and set a Week 1 franchise-record 44 points in the 44-13 victory in game 1 vs. Cin. (9/10)
• Was a game-day inactive for all four postseason contests

2011: (IR) Was placed on Injured Reserve (ankle) on 9/3

2010: (IR) Was placed on Injured Reserve (knees) on 9/4

College: A three-year starter, Harewood finished his career with 30 starts (in 33 games) and nearly 100 pancake blocks...Anchored an offensive line that finished in the Top 5 of nearly every Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference statistical category during his tenure...Named as a first-team All-SIAC honoree for his second-consecutive campaign as a senior in 2009...Behind Harewood, the Maroon Tiger line helped the rushing offense, which averaged 134.0 yards per game and posted 14 TDs...Offense also ranked third in SIAC scoring with (26.9 ppg)...Selected as a first-team All-SIAC honoree as a junior in 2008...Offensive line helped lead the rushing attack to 8 TDs... The offense also registered 24.1 points per game...Earned second-team All-SIAC honors after moving to offensive tackle as a sophomore in 2007...Behind the offensive line, Morehouse registered 23.0 points per game, and the ground attack accounted for 123.4 yards per contest, along with 14 rushing TDs...Also credited with a blocked kick during the season...Played defensive tackle in the final three contests as a freshman (2006), recording 7 tackles (4 solo), including 1 TFL (-3 yards).

High School, Personal: Attended Queen’s College (St. Michael, Barbados) HS where he lettered in volleyball, track and field, cricket and soccer...Played very little organized football before moving to America in Jan. 2006 on a full academic scholarship to Morehouse...Was discovered at a college fair in Barbados and encouraged to join the football team by a former Morehouse assistant coach, Michael Grant... Was a member of Barbados’ national teams in rugby, track and field and volleyball...Participated in the CARIFTA Games in 2003, which consist of several track and field events, and the Caribbean Volleyball Championships in Aruba in 2005… Was selected to play in the 2010 “Texas vs. The Nation” game, a college football postseason All-Star contest...Member of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity...Nickname is “Big Mon”...Majored in applied physics and engineering, earning Dean’s List recognition...Would like to become an engineer upon completion of his NFL career.

Community: Supported former teammate Ben Grubbs in his Charity Softball Game in June 2011...Joined teammate Ray Rice in Dec. 2010 to host 100 students from Lockerman Bundy Elementary School for a special holiday event...The youth were provided with lunch, in addition to the opportunity to select holiday gifts for themselves and a loved one...Participated in Ravens’ community events, including A Purple Evening, the annual women’s event at M&T Bank Stadium...Additionally, supports teammates’ community outreach including the Lardarius Webb Charity Bowling Classic and James Ihedigbo’s H.O.P.E. Africa Fundraiser.

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