The Browns safety was suspended after an incident in the first quarter of the game against Kansas City
KANSAS CITY – The Deep of the Cleveland browns, Ronnie Harrison Jr., was sent off after pushing an assistant coach of the Kansas city chiefs during the first quarter of his game this Sunday.
The incident occurred after Harrison tackled the runner Clyde Edwards-Helaire along the band Kansas city in the first offensive series of the Chiefs.
When Harrison got up, ran into the center of the Chiefs, Creed humphrey, and stepped on Edwards-Helaire.
After the running back coach of Kansas City, Greg Lewis, pushed Harrison to get away, Harrison She responded by shoving him on the neck.
The officers initially punished the bank of Kansas city for unsportsmanlike conduct. However, after meeting again, they reversed the punishment, sanctioning and expelling Harrison.
The Browns they were already without safety Grant Delpit, who was declared inactive before the start of the game. Cornerback MJ Stewart replaced Harrison in the deep position.