Adding “Snacks” wasn’t the only move the Seattle Seahawks made Wednesday to beef up their defensive line.

In fact, in something of a surprise, Damon “Snacks” Harrison will start his career on Seattle’s practice squad as the team takes a few days to see if he is ready to contribute on Sunday.

But Harrison was not the only addition Seattle made to try to shore up its leaky defense, signing defensive end Jonathon Bullard off Arizona’s practice squad.

“So we have some inside scoop on him,” Carroll said of Bullard when he talked to the media Wednesday via Zoom. “We’re excited to see how he fits in the rotation.”

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