Nick Chubb Knee Injury: Will He Ever Play Again?

Cleveland Browns star Nick Chubb sustained a significant knee injury in Week 2 against the Steelers.

Medical evaluations revealed a torn MCL in his left knee, with a stretched ACL that did not tear. 

Further tests may determine if reconstruction surgery is necessary.

Fortunately, the injury is not expected to be career-ending for Chubb.

Chubb's recovery timeline is projected to be six to eight months, and he will undergo at least one surgery to address the knee damage.

Chubb had a previous severe knee injury in 2015 during his time at the University of Georgia

Where he suffered multiple ligament tears and a dislocated kneecap.

The recent injury occurred during a five-yard run when Steelers safety Minkah Fitzpatrick tackled him low, causing his knee to bend unnaturally.

While the injury is a setback, the prognosis suggests that Chubb may eventually return to action on the football field.

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