The Jets released Harrison on Friday, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
Harrison started 10 games for the Jets in 2019, and it's especially odd that the Jets are cutting him with so many injuries at guard. However, the team will save $2.25 million against the salary cap, and they may try to bring him back at a lower salary after Saturday's final cuts.
Harrison signed a deal with the Jets on Saturday, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
Harrison played in all 16 games for the Jets in 2018, drawing eight starts between center and left guard. The 27-year-old's versatility has proven invaluable as both a starter and a reserve option.
Harrison re-signed Wednesday with the Jets on a one-year deal, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
Harrison was a depth lineman for the Jets in 2017, but was able to get plenty of offensive reps over the final two weeks of the season. His return gives the Jets a solid backup offensive tackle who also can also contribute on special teams.
Harrison (hand) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Harrison appears to have recovered from the hand injury he sustained prior to the Jets' Week 11 bye.
Harrison (hand) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Andy Vasquez of The Bergen Record reports.
Harrison failed to practice Thursday and Friday while nursing the hand injury and wasn't able to make enough progress in time to dress for the Week 10 matchup. A reserve lineman for the Jets, Harrison probably won't be in line for many snaps once he recovers from the injury.
Harrison (concussion) was a full participant at Jets practice Thursday.
Harrison suffered a concussion in practice last week and was inactive for Week 2, but he should be medically cleared to play against the Dolphins on Sunday if he doesn't exhibit any concussion symptoms following Thursday's practice. The 26-year-old is projected to return to his role as backup center to Wesley Johnson if he is able to suit up.
Harrison (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Raiders, Darryl Slater of The Star-Ledger reports.
Harrison suffered a concussion in practice Wednesday and will not be cleared in time to play in Sunday's contest. He'll have to clear the league's concussion protocol in order to return for Week 3.
The Colts are trying offensive linemen at different positions in the team's offseason workouts.
Part of the reason for the shuffling is that a pair of linemen, right tackle Gosder Cherilus and right guard Donald Thomas, aren't taking part in OTAs.
Left guard Jack Mewhort filled in at right tackle and newly acquired Todd Herremans was at right guard.
At center, Jonotthan Harrison appears to have the early edge over Khaled Holmes.
"We've got some guys that we're moving around," coach Chuck Pagano said, per ESPN. "Come training camp, still going to be some competition."
The Colts will have a two-man battle for the starting center spot.
Khaled Homes and Jonotthan Harrison are already splitting reps, and the competition will heat up as OTAs begin this week.
"We’re rotating them through the time right now," Colts Offensive Line Coach Joe Gilbert told Colts.com. "I think they know the competition is between the two of them. ... The one good thing is they get along. They compete. They know they’re competing, but again, I think that’s the part that really pushes both of them to really hit their max."
The Colts will have a very deep offensive line for OTAs. Currently, the team's roster features 10 players that have started in the NFL, per Colts.com.
The Colts will have battle for starting spots at center and on the right side of the line.
Khaled Holmes enters the offseason as the starting center, but he'll be pushed by Jonotthan Harrison, who started 10 games last season.
At right guard, offseason acquisition Todd Herremans has the inside track, but he'll compete with Hugh Thornton, a veteran of 20 NFL starts.
Gosder Cherilus, returning from knee and groin injuries that landed him on injured reserve last season, will start OTAs as the right tackle. Joe Reitz and Ulrick John will compete for the job.
The Colts have declared the following players as inactive for Sunday's AFC Championship Game: Trent Richardson, Griff Whalen, Sheldon Price, Xavier Nixon, Jonotthan Harrison, Bjoern Werner and Zach Kerr.
It is the second straight week Richardson will be inactive.
The Colts are currently 7-point underdogs against the Patriots Sunday.
Colts cornerback Jalil Brown, running back Trent Richardson, cornerback Sheldon Price, linebacker Henoc Muamba, offensive lineman Xavier Nixon, offensive lineman Jonotthan Harrison and nose tackle Zach Kerr were listed as inactive for Sunday's divisional playoff game at Denver.
The Colts enter Sunday's divisional playoff game against the Broncos relatively healthy, with all seven players on its final injury report deemed probable. Those included inside linebacker Jerrell Freeman (abdomen), Jonotthan Harrison (concussion), inside linebacker Andrew Jackson (hamstring), inside linebacker Henoc Muamba (back), center A.Q. Shipley (knee), cornerback Greg Toler (knee) and outside linebacker Erik Walden (knee).
A rare red light has been given to a probable by the Colts for their Sunday game in Cleveland. Linebacker Erik Walden (knee) will not play despite having received that designation.
The other probables have been green-lighted, including standout wideout T.Y. Hilton (hamstring). The rest of the group includes tight end Dwayne Allen (ankle), center Jonotthan Harrison (illness) and defensive end Cory Redding (knee).
Colts tight end Dwayne Allen (ankle) and wide receiver T.Y. Hilton (hamstring) are among the notable probables for Indianapolis heading into their Week 14 clash against Cleveland.
Center Jonotthan Harrison (illness), defensive tackle Arthur Jones (illness), nose tackle Zach Kerr (illness), defensive end Cory Redding (knee) and outside linebacker Erik Walden (knee) were all listed as probable.
Safety Mike Adams (back), cornerback Jalil Brown (ankle) and return specialist Josh Cribbs (knee) were all deemed questionable. Meanwhile, Vontae Davis (concussion), tackle Xavier Nixon (foot), outside linebacker Andy Studebaker (hamstring) and guard Hugh Thornton (knee) were ruled out for Sunday's game.
The Colts declared these players inactive for Monday night's game against the Eagles: linebacker Jerrell Freeman (hamstring), centers Khaled Holmes (ankle) and Jonotthan Harrison, wideout Da'Rick Rogers, linebacker Chris Carter, guard Joe Reitz and running back Dion Lewis.
Several Colts who were on the injury report are active for Sunday night's game in Denver. The list includes linebacker Erik Walden (abdomen), safety LaRon Landry (not injury-related), center Jonotthan Harrison (hand) and offensive tackle Gosder Cherilus (not injury-related).
The Colts have listed eight players on their injury report Friday heading into their Sunday night opener against Denver. But only guard Joe Reitz (ankle) has been ruled out.
Deemed questionable are free safety Sergio Brown (shoulder) offensive lineman Khaled Holmes (ankle) and outside linebacker Erik Walden (ankle). Center Jonotthan Harrison (hand) is the only probable listed with an injury. Veteran wideout Reggie Wayne, safety LaRon Landry and center Gosder Cherilus have merely been given a rest.
Colts starting center Khaled Holmes left Thursday's game against the Jets on the opening drive with an apparent ankle injury. He grabbed his left ankle and pounded the turf in frustration after the injury.
Holmes was replaced by Jonotthan Harrison, an undrafted rookie. Harrison made a bad snap that forced Indy to settle for a field goal.