The Cardinals cut Harrison on Thursday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Arizona's decision to release Harrison comes less than an hour after a report surfaced that the offensive tackle is facing a pair of assault charges. The Cardinals claimed Harrison off waivers in June after he was cut loose by Cleveland. He started eight games at left tackle for the Browns last season.
Harrison was claimed off waivers by Arizona on Thursday.
Harrison was waived by Cleveland on Wednesday and now lands with another team barely 24 hours later. The Browns' move was fairly surprising, as the 25-year-old started in eight games at left tackle in 2018 -- head coach Freddie Kitchens cited attitude issues as the reason for letting the tackle go. Harrison could also figure to slot into a starting role in the desert, given his experience and clear talent in the trenches.
The Browns waived Harrison on Wednesday, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.
The move is somewhat surprising, given that Harrison started eight games at left tackle for the Browns in 2018 after signing with the team as an undrafted free agent last spring. The 25-year-old is now free to sign with any team and shouldn't have trouble finding a home elsewhere.
Harrison didn't appear on the Browns' injury report Wednesday, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Harrison has dealt with his fair share of injuries this season, ranging from a knee injury, to illness, to toe issues. The 25-year-old wasn't listed on the Browns' injury report Wednesday, which leads us to believe that he is now healthy and ready to play.
Harrison (illness) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Falcons.
Harrison is slated to miss a second straight game due to an illness, lending a chance for Greg Robinson to once again start at left tackle.
Harrison (illness) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Harrison came down with an illness late in the week, providing an opportunity for Greg Robinson to start at left tackle Sunday.
Harrison (illness) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Harrison appears to have come down with an illness Friday after not being listed on Cleveland's injury report to begin the week. The starting left tackle could be a game-time decision, and if Harrison is unable to suit up, one of Austin Corbett or Greg Robinson could be propelled into the starting lineup.
Harrison was a full participant at Friday's practice after being limited earlier in the week due to a knee injury.
Harrison faces a difficult task Sunday, as he not only is projected to start his first career game, but also faces the challenge of filling the shoes of 10-time Pro Bowler Joe Thomas at left tackle. The rookie will look to effectively handle T.J. Watt and the Steelers' pass rush.
Harrison (toe) made his return to practice Sunday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Harrison -- who was activated off the PUP list on Aug. 9 -- will likely make his preseason debut on Friday versus the Bills. The 24-year-old is competing for a roster spot as a reserve offensive lineman.
Harrison (toe) will not play in Thursday's preseason opener versus the Giants, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Harrison was activated off the PUP list just Thursday, so it shouldn't be a big surprise that he's not yet ready to take the field in a game. The reserve lineman is anything but a shoo-in for a 53-man roster spot, so look for him to make a preseason appearance sooner rather than later.
Harrison (toe) has passed his physical and been activated from the PUP list, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
With the left tackle position seemingly locked up by Joel Bitonio, Harrison's best chance to make the final roster will be as a reserve at that position. The West Georgia product has been praised for his athleticism by Cleveland brass, but it seems he still has some catching up to do in the mental aspect of the game.
Harrison, who currently resides on the Physically Unable to Perform list, is dealing with a toe injury, Pat McManamon of ESPN reports.
The timeline for Harrison's return to the field isn't clear. When healthy, the undrafted rookie will compete for a depth role along the Browns offensive line.