BREAKING: Browns Fear Nick Chubb Season Is Over After Suffering Knee Dislocation And Ligament Damage

The Cleveland Browns fear that star running back Nick Chubb suffered a season ending injury. Chubb suffered a possible knee dislocation along with multiple ligament damage after he suffered a gruesome injury to his left knee during Monday night’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, according to NFL Insider Jordan Schultz.

Lisa Salters confirmed on ESPN’s broadcast that Chubb was out for the remainder of the game. According to NFL

The Browns are hoping for better results this season after a disappointing 7-10 record in 2022. Chubb was a bright spot on the offense with 1,525 yards and 12 touchdowns on the ground.

Last season marked the first time Chubb didn’t miss at least three games since 2019.

Jerome Ford and Pierre Strong Jr. will become the Browns’ primary running backs until Chubb can return, though it’s possible his season ended on Monday night.