It appears veteran defensive tackle Damon Harrison still has some snacks to pursue.
The 31-year-old, who made his last 25 pro appearances with the Detroit Lions and who contemplated retiring earlier this year, is scheduled to meet with the 2-0 Seattle Seahawks next week, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
A 2016 First-team All-Pro, Harrison could join the unbeaten Seahawks after they lost edge rusher Bruce Irvin to a season-ending torn ACL Sunday night. Known as one of the league's best run stoppers during his prime, Harrison tallied 49 tackles and a pair of sacks with Detroit in 2019.
He and the Lions parted ways in February.
Seattle opened the campaign with wins over the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots. The Seahawks host the Dallas Cowboys Sunday afternoon.