The GAA is expected to investigate the incident which saw a Kerry official knocked to the ground as the teams made their way off the field for the half-time break during Sunday’s All-Ireland final.
Kerry vice-chairman Patrick O’Sullivan, had to pick himself up off the ground after allegedly being knocked down by a Tyrone player who was making his way off the field.
The same player is also alleged to have collided with Kerry manager Pat O’Shea during a tension-filled exodus from the field.
The temperature had soared on the back of yellow cards to Aidan O’Mahony and Darragh O Se just before the break.
Kerry are not expected to lodge a formal complaint about these incidents and may also overlook the treatment of Colm Cooper by one of the Tyrone supporters as he made his way off the field at the end.
The fan in question clearly raised his hand to Cooper as the Kerry forward pushed past him but was then restrained by other Tyrone supporters around him.
Some of the Kerry players got caught in the swarm that enveloped the Hogan Stand in anticipation of the presentation.
On the interval incident, Kerry chairman Jerome Conway was nonplussed.
"Things happen in the heat of battle so Kerry will not be looking for any further action if what you say happened," said Conway.
O’Shea himself has refused to criticise the performance of referee Maurice Deegan, who allowed a number of Tyrone players to commit a series of personal fouls without sanctioning them by way of a tick or a card.
"It is not my place to comment on the performance of a referee. Referees go out and try to do their best.
“All we can do is be thankful that we have referees and good referees in our game.
“Performances are scrutinised to the finest detail.
“I’d have nothing to say on that - the referee didn’t cost us the game."