Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb suffered a knee injury during the second quarter of Monday Night Football against the Pittsburgh Steelers, necessitating his transportation off the field.
During a first-and-goal run from the 8-yard line, Chubb carried the ball for 5 yards before sustaining an awkward hit to the knee from Steelers safety Minka Fitzpatrick.
The crowd in Pittsburgh’s Acritude Stadium audibly groaned as they witnessed the replay on the video board. You may also check NFL Star Carl Nassir Shatters Records and Shocks Fans.
Steelers safety Fitzpatrick managed to trip up Chubb, preventing him from reaching the goal line. However, midway through the third quarter, Fitzpatrick also left the game due to a chest injury, despite having accumulated six tackles (five solo) and two pass breakups.
As Chubb was taken off the field on a medical cart, rival Steelers’ fans offered him a warm round of applause. Although Fitzpatrick was shaken up on the play, he remained in the game. You should also read Bijan Robinson’s Jaw-Dropping Performance.
Browns head coach Stefanski commented on the situation, stating, “Obviously, Nick has sustained a very significant knee injury. We empathize with him as a person. He’s not just a remarkable football player but also an exceptional individual, and we will provide unwavering support throughout his recovery journey.”