Pete Carroll: Damon ‘Snacks’ Harrison is ‘done playing’ for Seahawks

Liz Mathews
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Shortly before the Seattle Seahawks and Los Angles Rams matchup kicked off on Sunday, some interesting news broke concerning defensive tackle Damon “Snacks” Harrison.

NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero tweeted the following:

DT Damon ‘Snacks’ Harrison asked for his release after learning he’d be inactive today against the #Rams, and the team plans to grant it next week, per sources. Seattle loves Snacks and hopes he has a change of heart, but seems his mind is made up. He’d go on waivers.

Harrison was ultimately deemed inactive Sunday against the Rams.

Coach Pete Carroll confirmed the scenario Monday during his radio show on 710 ESPN Seattle.

“Snacks, he’s decided to stop playing, he’s done playing,” Carroll stated. “I talked to him this morning, he’s in good spirits and all of that, he’s really grateful for the opportunity playing here and he did really well by us, but he’s just done.”

Carroll was hesitant to speculate whether or not Harrison would consider signing with another team but just reiterated his time was over in Seattle.

“He was awesome to have around,” Carroll continued. “We loved him and I’m sorry to see him go, but we’re going to keep going.”

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