Damon Harrison’s addition to the 53-man roster was all but inevitable, with the veteran already having been elevated twice. It’s now official, with Snacks joining the Seahawks’ 53-man roster on Monday, per a team announcement.
Seattle created room for Harrison by placing veteran tight end Greg Olsen on injured reserve. Olsen, who suffered a fascia tear in Week 11, will be out for at least three weeks as a result. Whether he returns for the Seahawks this season or not remains up in the air.
In addition to the Snacks-Olsen swap, Seattle made a handful of practice squad moves on Monday, as well. Running back Bo Scarbrough and tight end/defensive end Stephen Sullivan were placed on injured reserve. Scarbrough suffered a painful looking injury during the Seahawks’ win over the Cardinals, while Sullivan’s injury is unspecified.
In place of Scarbrough and Sullivan, Seattle has signed center Brad Lundblade and cornerback DeMarkus Acy to their practice squad. Acy was previously with the Seahawks’ practice squad but was released earlier in the month.
With Harrison now on the team’s active roster, the veteran will likely be a part of Seattle’s defensive line rotation moving forward.