Damon Harrison Sr.
DT - FA
DT Damon "Snacks" Harrison has opted to stay on the Seahawks' practice squad, declining offers from the Dolphins and Buccaneers. Harrison is expected to be activated onto Seattle's 53 man roster soon.
Harrison signed to Seattle's practice squad on October 7th after contemplating retirement. Harrison has been remarkably durable, playing 112 games in his nine year career and totaling 485 tackles. His presence is desperately needed by a Seahawks defense allowing a massive 477.4 YPG to opposing offensive units.
Veteran DT Damon "Snacks" Harrison is signing with the Seattle Seahawks' practice squad.
Harrison has been a BEAST in the trenches throughout his career, a true difference-maker against the run. The Seahawks are kicking the tires to see if maybe he can return to form. Seattle's D/ST can use all of the help they can get, as they've given up 30+ points in 3-of-4 games this season.
Veteran DT Damon "Snacks" Harrison is visiting with the Seattle Seahawks.
Harrison was contemplating retirement but is drawing quite a bit of interest. The Bears, Packers, and Bengals have also been in contact with Snacks. Harrison was a first-team All-Pro in 2016 and constantly grades out as a top run-stuffer as per PFF. He would be a welcome addition to a Seattle defense that has underwhelmed thus far.
The Lions have released defensive lineman Damon Harrison.
Damon "Snacks" Harrison was a big part of the team's improved run defense prior to 2019 after coming over the from Giants, but he struggled largely last season. He currently hopes to return for the 2020 season, but the interest he drives on the market will likely dictate whether he will suit up or not this year.
Lions defensive tackle Damon Harrison is inactive for the team's Thanksgiving Day matchup against the Chicago Bears due to a knee injury that he picked up in last week's game against Washington.
Harrison is one of the league's premier run-stopping defensive tackles, so his absence will give a slight boost to the fantasy values of Chicago running backs David Montgomery and Tarik Cohen.