The defensive tackle Damon Harrison was abstained by an NFC division champion on Tuesday, and the other announced him on Wednesday.
Harrison has been claimed by the Packers. He served in the Seahawks, but because the team cut his role to make time for young players, he was asked to be fired from the contract.
Harrison joined the practice team in October and played in the last six games in Seattle. In those appearances, he had 9 tackles and was forced to fumble.
Harrison said in a tweet on Tuesday that if he “can solve logistical problems,” he plans to play for another team this year. He added that he will not do “what to give up” and will now test the position.
Update at 5:40 pm Eastern Time: Harrison replied to a user on Twitter, thinking about it if any Harrison team would abstain by writing “Bingo” and would be willing to participate in the game. This shows that Harrison will be bound by Wisconsin.