Giants sign Bills OL Jonotthan Harrison to reserve/futures deal

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The Bills lost a depth piece along their offensive line over the weekend in Jonotthan Harrison.

According to Giants Wire, Harrison signed a one-year deal with Big Blue. The 29-year-old spent the 2020 season with the Bills, who signed him after he was cut by the Jets.

While an experienced player who has appeared in 84 career games with 42 starts, he did not find a way to crack the Bills lineup in 2020. Harrison spent the entire season on the practice squad.

At one point Harrison was called up from the practice squad later this season, but he was inactive on game day and did not play.

Harrison’s deal is reportedly worth up to $2 million with incentives. Considering that, he’ll get an opportunity to earn playing time so it makes sense that he would skip town and leave Orchard Park.

Despite not finding the field with the Bills, Harrison didn’t seem like he disliked his time with the team. He posted a bit of a parting ways memento on his social media account on Instagram where Harrison thanked the Bills:


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