New Green Bay Packers defensive winger Damon Snex Harrison practiced with his new team on Thursday and could play in Sunday’s final against the Chicago Bears.
On Wednesday, the Packers claimed that Harrison exempted the Seattle Seahawks from the exemption. He is in the building and is free on Thursday.
Coach Matt LaFleur said on Thursday: “This is an important moment for us, especially late in the season.” “This rarely happens.”
Harrison (Harrison) became a full-professional player as early as 2016 and has been one of the most respected running defenders in football for the past ten years. He is now 32 years old, but the Packers still believe he can increase his worth as a defender as the playoffs approach.
Lafleur is not 1
Lafleur said: “We will look at the situation this week.” “It is always difficult to ask others, but again, you have to face a real professional player, he is an experienced veteran. , Has gone many times. It’s just that we can adapt him to what we are trying to do and how fast we want him to do.
Lafleur said Harrison is a “impeding problem”, which makes him very suitable for the Packers defensive line, especially when running.
Lafleur said: “I think he can help us a lot with the nose.” “He is a very good defensive player, and has been around for a long time. I am very happy to be able to bring him into the building.”
Harrison played six games and 138 fast breaks with the Seahawks, who gave him up on Tuesday. The Packers tried to add him again in the offseason and this season, but Harrison chose Seattle.
In Green Bay, Harrison will have another chance to participate in the Super Bowl.
As a real nose tackle or a technique, Harrison should play a fairly simple role on the defensive line.
“I hope he can adapt quickly,” Lafleur said. “We have heard that he is a very smart person, obviously he has a lot of experience. Usually, these guys can speed up the learning process.”