The Seattle Seahawks have struggled to find help on the defensive line of the defense for some time, especially at pass rush.
Free agency, the Draft, training camp and the first two weeks of the regular season have passed and Seattle has not made a move, seeming content to carry just three defensive tackles on their roster despite the deficiency.
However, the Seahawks may be finally making a move to address those issues.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Thursday that former Jets, Giants, and Lions defensive tackle Damon “Snacks” Harrison will visit Seattle after ultimately deciding to play in 2020.
Harrison will visit with the Seahawks next week, so don’t expect Harrison to be play against the Dallas Cowboys this week, even if a deal is made.
Seattle is not the only team on the hunt for Harrison-- the Bears, Packers, and Bengals are also showing interest in 31-year-old veteran.
Originally undrafted out of William Penn, Harrison has appeared in 117 games, starting 110 of them.
He has 485 career tackles with 24 quarterback hits, 11 sacks, 10 passes defended and 4 forced fumbles.
Snacks would certainly be a welcomed addition if he comes to the Pacific Northwest.
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