Browns Running Back Nick Chubb Suffers Gruesome, Season-Ending Knee Injury During Monday Night Football

The four-time Pro Bowler is likely out for the season after injuring his left knee in the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers

Running back Nick Chubb is likely out for the season after suffering a knee injury so gruesome broadcasters elected not to show the replay during the Cleveland Browns-Pittsburgh Steelers game on Monday night.

The Browns star’s left knee got tangled and turned inward after he was hit by Steelers safety Minkah Fitzpatrick near the goal line during the second quarter of the game.

Chubb, 27, is thought to have torn multiple ligaments, according to NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport, with an MRI on Tuesday set to confirm the injury.

The athlete was carted off the field, while Fitzpatrick suffered a chest injury on the play, according to USA Today.

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Lauren Leigh Bacho/Getty

After a brief pause following the action, announcer Joe Buck shared with viewers that the replay would "not to be seen.”

Analyst Troy Aikman replied: "Yeah, we're not going to show it. It's as bad as you can imagine.”

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Meanwhile, a replay shown on the video screen at the Steelers’ Acrisure Stadium elicited gasps from the crowd.

Following the game, Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski spoke out about the loss of Chubb — and the team’s 26-22 loss to the Steelers.

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Joe Sargent/Getty

“Obviously, Nick’s got a very significant knee injury,” Stefanski told reporters. “He’s a great football player, as we know but he’s an even better person. We will support him every step along the way.”

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On social media, many pro athletes shared their support for the four-time Pro Bowler.

“DAMN MAN!!!! Nick Chubb. Praying for the absolute best,” LeBron James wrote on X (formerly Twitter), while Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson wrote: “Prayers for Nick Chubb.”

Chubb’s alma mater, the University of Georgia, also shared well wishes: “Thinking of you @NickChubb.”

While a standout at Georgia, Chubb previously tore the PCL, MCL and LCL in the same knee during a game in 2015, per

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