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Damon Harrison could quickly make Packers debut after Seahawks grant his wish


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“Snacks” got what he wanted, and now he might be back on an NFL field as soon as Sunday.

After requesting and being granted his release from the Seattle Seahawks, defensive tackle Damon Harrison could make his Packers debut on Sunday against the Chicago Bears after Green Bay claimed him off waivers on Wednesday. The former Jets and Giants star was expected to practice Thursday.

“He will potentially be suiting up Sunday. We’ll see how the week goes,” Packers head coach Matt LaFleur told reporters. “I think that’s always hard to ask of somebody. But then again, you’re dealing with a true pro, a vet that’s been around and seen a lot. It’s just how fast can we get him acclimated to what we’re trying to do and what we’re asking him to do. But like I said, we’re just really happy to have him in the building.”

Harrison, 32, joined the Seahawks’ practice squad in October and was signed to their active roster in November. He asked to be cut loose after learning he’d be inactive for the team’s game against the Rams last Sunday.

Damon Harrison Packers
Damon Harrison

“I came here to help and I’ve done that and now it’s time to move on,” Harrison tweeted Sunday. “I came back this year to play and that’s all I want. Team is back healthy and playing well. It’s my time to head out. Still all love and respect for the Hawks!”

Harrison played four seasons with the Jets before signing a five-year, $46.25 million contract with the Giants in 2016. The Giants traded Harrison to the Detroit Lions during the 2018 season.

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