What they're saying: Lions reportedly land DT Damon Harrison in trade

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 Lions reportedly acquired defensive tackle Damon Harrison from the New York Giants on Wednesday.

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.