Seahawks cutting out 'Snacks,' waive Harrison

5:51 PM ET

Brady HendersonESPN

SEATTLE — The Seattle Seahawks have waived veteran defensive tackle Damon “Snacks” Harrison at his request.

The team announced the move Monday, one day after Harrison was a healthy scratch for Seattle’s NFC West-clinching win over the Los Angeles Rams.

“He’s decided to stop playing,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Monday on 710 ESPN Seattle. “He’s done playing. I talked to him this morning. He’s in good spirits and all of that. He’s really grateful for the opportunity in playing here and he did really well by us, but he just … he’s done.”

Done with the Seahawks, at least. Harrison tweeted Monday that “the plan” is to play for another team this year if he “can work out the logistics of it,” though he added that he’s not interested in being claimed off waivers.

Harrison indicated on Twitter that his decision was related to his role in Seattle, though his tweets and Carroll’s comments suggest an amicable parting.

In one tweet, Harrison thanked the Seahawks and his teammates, writing that he wishes it didn’t have to end but that “it’s time for both of us to move

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