NFL fines Browns' Ronnie Harrison for shoving Chiefs assistant Greg Lewis

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Ronnie Harrison Jr., Cleveland Browns safety, was penalized $12,128 by NFL for pushing Greg Lewis, Kansas City Chiefs runningbacks coach during their last Sunday game.

Lewis was not penalized for pushing Harrison first, however.

After Harrison had tackled Clyde Edwards Helaire running back along the Kansas City sideline during the Chiefs' first drive, the incident took place in the first quarter. Harrison climbed up and bumped into Chiefs' center Creed Humphrey. He then stepped back on Edwards Helaire. Harrison punched Lewis in the neck and shoved him away.

Officials first flagged the Kansas City bench for unsportsmanlike behavior. After reconvening, officials reversed the decision and flagged Harrison for unsportsmanlike conduct.

Kevin Stefanski, Browns coach, stated earlier this week that "it's the oldest thing football and sport - game officials always see second guy." "Ronnie must show some poise there, and not retaliate."

JC Tretter, president of the NFLPA and Browns center, said Monday that Lewis should face discipline from the NFL because of his involvement in the skirmish.

Tretter stated, "I expect that Ronnie's coach is held to the same standard or higher than Ronnie." "Being the first to enter and being a coach, touching an opposing player.

Kansas City won the game 33 to 29.