Justin Rogers and Bob Wojnowski discuss the Detroit Lions' addition of Damon "Snacks" Harrison and the upcoming game with the Seattle Seahawks. The Detroit News
Everybody loves "Snacks."
The Lions reportedly added defensive tackle Damon "Snacks" Harrison in a trade Wednesday with the New York Giants, giving Detroit a run stuffer who less than two years ago was a first-team All-Pro.
The move cost a fifth-round draft pick in 2019, according to reports, and mostly is being hailed as a strong move for the Lions by league analysts. Here's a sampling:
Former NFL players also weighed in, including the tweet below from former defensive lineman Lawrence Jackson, who played three of his five seasons in Detroit (2010-12):
And as far as Harrison's potential new teammates:
According to those who cover the Giants, Harrison's age and usage likely played a role in the price tag for his services. Harrison is in his seventh NFL season, and turns 30 years old next month.