Ronnie Harrison, Chiefs coach not expected to be suspended for incident

By Jared Mueller

The Cleveland Browns lost to the Kansas City Chiefs. While the biggest loss may be the loss of left tackle Jedrick Wills to injury, depending on the length, the first loss came with the expulsion of safety Ronnie Harrison during the game.

During the incident that led to Harrison’s ejection, the Chiefs offensive play ended near their own sideline. As happens, a lot of people were in a very tight area. Harrison seemed to lose his balance leading to his foot on a Chiefs player when a Chiefs assistant coach came over and pushed the Browns player.

Initially, only the Chiefs were penalized but the referees then conferred before penalizing and ejected Cleveland’s safety.

Early Monday morning came a report that neither Harrison nor the Chiefs coach, Greg Lewis, will have a suspension coming out of the incident:

 

Any further loss of playing time for Harrison would be extreme given that he missed the majority of the game. Both Harrison and Lewis could still be fined for the incident, however.


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