Damon Harrison has asked for his release from the Seattle Seahawks after being listed as inactive ahead of the team's Week 16 clash with the Los Angeles Rams. Seattle is expected to release Snacks next week, and he'd go on waivers before becoming an unrestricted free agent.
Here are three contenders that should sign the 32-year-old.
3. Arizona Cardinals
The Arizona Cardinals could use a boost to their run defense. They're surrendering the ninth-most rushing yards per game (126.5) on 4.7 yards per carry, which is tied for the fourth-worst mark in the league. Snacks is still a proven run defender, receiving a 68.5 overall grade from Pro Football Focus across his six appearances in 2020. He'd instantly help shore up this group.
2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' run defense is elite, but that D-Line hasn't been quite the same since losing Vita Vea. Harrison wouldn't be a one-to-one replacement for Vea, but he'd be another great rotational body for the Bucs to add to that front seven. Already surrendering a league-best 77.5 rushing yards per game, adding a brick wall like Harrison would make an already-dominant unit even better.
1. Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers are a serious Super Bowl contender, but their run defense could prevent them from reaching the mountaintop. The team ranks No. 21 overall in Football Outsiders' rush defense DVOA metrics, surrendering 4.5 yards per carry. Adding Harrison could really help put this defense over the top.
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