Former Jets and Giants defensive lineman Damon "Snacks" Harrison will once again be looking for a new team.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Harrison is being released by the Lions after one and a half seasons with the team.
Listed at 6-foot-3, 350 pounds, the run-stuffing specialist played 25 games with the Lions, with 24 starts. With Detroit, Harrison totaled 5.5 sacks, 49 combined tackles, eight tackles for loss, one forced fumble, and one fumble recovery.
Now 31 years old, Harrison was traded to the Lions after two and a half seasons with the Giants, the team that had signed him to a lucrative five-year, $46.25 million in March 2016.
Harrison was a first-team All-Pro selection for the Giants in 2016, but he was traded somewhat surprisingly after seven games in 2018 for a conditional fifth-round pick, as the Giants stumbled to a 5-11 record under Pat Shurmur.
Prior to his time with Big Blue, Harrison began his career with the Jets, signing with the team as an undrafted free agent following the 2012 NFL Draft. In four years with the Jets, Harrison started 48 games, racking up 193 total tackles and 12 tackles for loss, leading to his big contract with the Giants.