Ronnie Harrison Jr. got into a fracas for the Cleveland Browns on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs. The former Alabama player also had an early exit because of it.

On a play that spilled over into the sideline, Harrison was seen pushing an assistant coach on the Chiefs sideline in a play that initially resulted in a penalty against the Chiefs. Upon further review, the officials discussed Harrison’s actions and ejected him for the incident, even though it appeared someone else from the Chiefs sideline also pushed him.

Look for Harrison to receive additional punishment in the coming days with a fine being likely.

It began as a strong start for the Browns as former Georgia running back Nick Chubb found the end zone on a long, time-consuming drive to begin the game.