In 2010, the Green Bay Packers (Green Bay Packers) proposed a generous and substantial exemption. That player Howard Green eventually became a rotation player in the second half of the season, which had a significant impact and was partially responsible for the large-scale Super Bowl XLV game. Green’s blow to quarterback Ben Roethlisberger forced him to foul.
Today’s roster transaction will have a similar impact as it was more than a decade ago. This is an unattainable process, but it is not hard to imagine some similarities.
According to reports, on Wednesday, the Green Bay Packers waived Damon Snecks Harrison, who was recently waived by the Seattle Seahawks. According to the NFL transaction news, according to multiple media reports, the Packers will be granted Harrison through the exemption process, because no other team with a poor record clearly made the request.
Whether Harrison chose to play for the Packers is a question because he tweeted earlier in the day that he “will not be asked.”
However, if he does come to Green Bay, he will join a team and become the top seed of NFC. Harrison is a full-time starter for seven years and then became a free agent this spring. By 2020, he has played 6 games for Seattle, accounting for about 35% of the team’s defensive points in these games. During that time, he recorded a forced error and 9 tackles, including 6 assists, and a forced error in a game against the New York Jets in Week 14.
Update: It sounds like Harrison is willing to join the Packers after all. This Twitter exchange effectively confirmed that the Packers are one of Harrison’s interested teams: