Snacks’ time in Seattle appears to be over.
Former Jets and Giants defensive tackle Damon “Snacks” Harrison confirmed that he asked for his release from the Seahawks after learning he was inactive for Sunday’s win over the Los Angeles Rams, as first reported by NFL Network.
The 32-year-old Harrison was signed to Seattle’s practice squad in October because of multiple injuries on the team’s defensive line. The former Pro Bowler appeared in six games, with nine tackles and one forced fumble.
“I came here to help and I’ve done that and now it’s time to move on,” Harrison tweeted Sunday. “I came back this year to play and that’s all I want. Team is back healthy and playing well. It’s my time to head out. Still all love and respect for the Hawks!
“Nobody is doing me wrong lol the team is investing in their future as they should.”
Nose tackle Bryan Mone was activated from injured reserve and appeared in his first game since Oct. 25.
The Seahawks initially were hoping that Harrison would change his mind, but the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported that they plan to grant his request this week.
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