Harrison was waived by the Seahawks on Monday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. The 32-year-old requested his release after the Seahawks declared he would be a healthy scratch for Sunday's matchup with the Rams, and the team honored that request Monday. Harrison appeared in six games for Seattle and had nine tackles (three solo) and one forced fumble
Seattle is expected to cut Harrison next week after the defensive tackle requested to be released by the team Saturday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Harrison's request comes after the Seahawks informed him that he would be a healthy inactive for Sunday's game against the Rams. The 2016 first-team All-Pro apparently isn't viewed as one of Seattle's top three tackles, despite playing at least a quarter of the team's defensive snaps in each of his six appearances with the club. Harrison has tallied nine tackles and a forced fumble in those contests.
Harrison (ankle/knee) was clear of Thursday's injury report after being a limited participant during Wednesday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. The one-time All-Pro made his fourth consecutive game appearance for the Seahawks during Week 13, collecting one tackle over 22 defensive snaps during a 17-12 loss to his former team of two and a half seasons. Harrison has seen a tempered defensive workload of 21.3 snaps per game during his debut campaign in Seattle, and his impact has thus far been minimal in 2020 with zero sacks or tackles for loss recorded.
The Seahawks activated Harrison from the practice squad Thursday, Jordan Duncan of the team's official site reports. Dunbar will make both his season debut and first appearance in a Seahawks uniform Thursday night. The veteran defensive lineman has spent over a month on the team's practice squad while working to get his conditioning back up to par. He could be in line for a rotational role on defense.
Coach Pete Carroll said Harrison will be elevated to the active roster for Sunday's game against the Rams if Bryan Mone (ankle) is ruled out, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. If the report that Mone has a high-ankle sprain proves to be true, it's nearly guaranteed that he'll miss time, opening the door for Harrison to make his season debut. Harrison has toiled on the practice squad for over a month, and Carroll believes he's back into football shape and ready to contribute. He will rotate in behind starters Jarran Reed and Poona Ford.
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