Jack Conklin (knee) to undergo season-ending surgery
Jack Conklin (knee) will undergo surgery on a torn ACL and MCL that will knock him out for the rest of the season.
Conklin was carted off the field early into Sunday's game after suffering a knee injury, and it's now being diagnosed as a torn ACL and MCL that will require season-ending surgery. This is a tough blow for the Browns, as they'll likely have to have rookie fourth-rounder Dawand Jones step into a starting role. This is also less than ideal for Nick Chubb, who has been so dominant as a rusher thanks in part to the great offensive line that Cleveland has bolstered over the past few years.