During Friday’s preseason game versus the Jacksonville Jaguars, Browns offensive lineman Nick Harris suffered a serious knee injury on the 2nd play of the first quarter.
The third-year veteran from the University of Washington was set to start his first full season with J.C Tretter being waived by the team during this offseason heading into this season.
Nick Harris has played 23 games so far and started two games during his NFL career.
According to Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski, he stated on the injury that Browns’ starting center Nick Harris will get a second opinion on the injury, yet Harris will likely be sent to surgery in order to rehab and get ready for the 2023-2024 NFL season.
Possible replacements at the moment range from Browns backup center Ethan Pocic, who replaced Harris after his injury and also former Browns offensive lineman J.C Tretter.
As of now, the six-year veteran Ethan Pocic is set to become the browns’ new starting center after being signed to the Cleveland Browns on a one-year contract this offseason.