When a person shows you who they are, it is usually best to believe them.
In this case, Desmond Harrison has shown time and time again who he is and the Arizona Cardinals still took a chance on him.
Now, a month into his tenure as an Arizona Cardinal, he has been released.
According to several reports, an arrest warrant has been issued for Harrison:
BREAKING: Greensboro (NC) Police Department issued a felony arrest warrant for @AZCardinals offensive tackle Desmond Harrison, per source. Charges involve assault on a person by strangulation and assault on a female by a male.— Brent Sobleski (@brentsobleski) July 17, 2019
While Harrison had not had any issues with violence while in the NFL, he had been released by the Cleveland Browns because of continued problems with being on time.
Harrison’s troubled past goes all the way back to college, where he was suspended twice by Texas, having to transfer to finish up at West Georgia.
He was picked up by the Cleveland Browns as an undrafted free agent and played in eight games, but was released, surprisingly, by the Browns because of issues with time.
Now, he has likely seen an NFL roster for the final time, as the Cardinals issued a small press release announcing that Harrison has been released.