Brought in under the previous regime, Harrison spent the past three seasons in New York. He started 19 games for the Jets, including 10 last season after the team’s Ryan Kalil signing did not pan out.
Harrison, 29, signed a two-year deal to return to the Jets in 2019 — shortly before Mike Maccagnan‘s ouster. Current GM Joe Douglas proceeded to sign center Connor McGovern, guard Greg Van Roten and tackle George Fant this year. The Jets, who also re-signed guard Alex Lewis and drafted tackle Mekhi Becton and guard Cameron Clark, cut longtime guard starter Brian Winters last month.
The Jets first turned to Harrison as a regular starter in 2018, when he took over for Spencer Long. Harrison started eight games that season. Gang Green initially brought Harrison over from Indianapolis, where he played three seasons after signing with the Colts as a UDFA.
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