However, the Seahawks signed Harrison to their active roster instead.
Seattle would have to expose Harrison to waivers in order to get him back on their practice squad, but this seems unlikely at this point.
Teams have previously tried to lure Harrison away from the Seahawks, but he has maintained that he’s committed to staying in Seattle.
Harrison, 31, originally signed on with the Jets as an undrafted free agent out of William Penn back in 2012. He spent four years with the Jets before departing in free agency for a five-year, $46.25 million contract with the Giants.
The Giants later traded Harrison to the Lions. He was entering the fourth year of his five-year, $46.25 million deal when he agreed to a one-year, $11 million extension last year.
Detroit released him in February and it took until last month for him to sign on to the Seahawks’ practice squad.
In 2020, Harrison has appeared in two games for the Seahawks and recorded one tackle.