Harrison doesn't think he should be suspended

Linebacker James Harrison does not expect to be suspended by the NFL for a hit on Browns quarterback Colt McCoy that drew a 15-yard roughing the passer penalty.

"I don't think it's suspension-worthy," said Harrison on Monday following the team's practice. "I don't think it's worthy of anything, but that's just my own personal thoughts. They didn't even call it helmet-to-helmet. He called it roughing the passer."

Harrison indicated that he looked like McCoy was going to run with the ball on the play.

"He took off running with it and at the last second he chuck-and-ducked," said Harrison. "I knew if he wasn't past (the line of scrimmage) he was awful close. I didn't have time to look to the sideline to see. He tucked the ball and made like he was about to run and I was going to tackle him."

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