Seahawks make Snacks Harrison official, among other roster moves

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The Seahawks made it official, adding veteran defensive tackle Damon “Snacks” Harrison to their practice squad.

But that wasn’t the extent of their moves.

The team also announced the signing of defensive end Jonathan Bullard to the 53-man roster, off the Cardinals practice squad.

Bullard started six games for the Cardinals last season, so he brings some experience to a line that has dealt with injuries. The Bears 2016 third-rounder has 3.5 career sacks.

To make room for Bullard, they placed cornerback Neiko Thorpe on injured reserve. He’s missed the last two games with a hip injury, and will miss at least the next three more.

They also signed cornerback DeMarkus Acy and linebacker Michael Divinity to the practice squad, and released wide reciever Lance Lenoir and defensive tackle Demarcus Christmas from the practice squad.

The 31-year-old Harrison likely needs some time to acclimate, since he hasn’t participated in any team activities since he was released by the Lions in February.

3 responses to “Seahawks make Snacks Harrison official, among other roster moves

  1. Poona and Reed have played well, but they need help. Hopefully Snacks still has some juice. Still a shame that Pete and John didn’t really address pass rush this offseason.

  2. sweetnlow44 says:
    October 7, 2020 at 6:16 pm
    Poona and Reed have played well, but they need help. Hopefully Snacks still has some juice. Still a shame that Pete and John didn’t really address pass rush this offseason.

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    Not calling you out, it is a shame that Pete and John didn’t address the pass rush. Why do you think that is? Did they forget? They picked up Bruce Irvin and he tore his ACL. Benson Mayowa caused two turnovers last game that they signed. They drafted Jordan Brooks who has some ability. Alton Robinson, another rookie looks like he’s decent. LJ Collier is a 1st round pick. Of course, Pete and John are always in the playoffs and their 1st round picks have second round grades. Not because they’re reaching, but because there’s typically only 15 players that are true first round talents. John and Pete have basically built the Chiefs of the NFC and a perennial contender. I’m pretty happy with what they’ve done and have just as good a shot as the Chiefs to win it all.

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