Found September 04, 2012 on Jets
PLAYERS: Damon Harrison
TEAMS: New York Jets
Florham Park, NJ - When undrafted rookie free agent from William Penn University, Damon Harrison, first walked onto the Jets practice field he knew the odds were heavily stacked against him. The task of any undrafted rookie trying to make an NFL roster is daunting enough as is, then Harrison looked around at his competition disguised as teammates and decided he had a question for his agent. "What were you thinking?"Yesterday Harrison was asked when he realized he could make the roster and said, "I didn't. Like I said, I always just told myself everyday when I came into the...

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