Ravens re-sign Berry, Harewood to one-year deals

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After signing free agent defensive lineman Chris Canty and waiving strong safety Bernard Pollard, the Ravens made some minor player moves.
General manager and executive vice president Ozzie Newsome announced that the Ravens re-signed exclusive rights free agent running back Damien Berry and restricted free agent guard/tackle Ramon Harewood to one-year contracts.
Berry, who originally signed with the Ravens as a rookie free agent in 2011, spent his first NFL season on Baltimore's practice squad. He missed the entire 2012 campaign after being placed on injured reserve (neck/shoulder) during training camp.
Harewood, who was selected by Baltimore in the sixth round of the 2010 NFL Draft, has played in six career games, making five starts at left guard. The 2012 campaign marked his first NFL action, having spent his first two seasons with the Ravens on Injured Reserve (knees and ankle).

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