Browns Safety Ronnie Harrison Jr. Was Ejected from the Game for Pushing a Kansas City Chiefs COACH

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Browns Safety Ronnie Harrison Jr. Was Ejected from the Game for Pushing a Kansas City Chiefs COACH

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Browns safety Ronnie Harrison Jr. was not in the game long before he was kicked out of the game for good.

Just ten minutes into the Browns-Chiefs tilt this afternoon, Harrison was ejected for shoving Chiefs RB Coach Grew Lewis, who, to be fair, shoved Harrison first in an effort to get Harrison off running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire. It was a mess.

Initially, Lewis got a flag on the play, but the referees got together, changed their decision, and ejected Harrison from the game. And for however unfair as it may seem to Harrison, pushing someone OFF a player is a lot different than retaliating — or, at least, that’s how the refs saw it.

That’s the first ejection of the season.



Author: Michael Cerami

Michael Cerami covers the Chicago Cubs, Bears, and Bulls at Bleacher Nation. You can find him on Twitter @Michael_Cerami