Nick Harris likely to have season-ending knee surgery

NFL: AUG 12 Preseason - Browns at Jaguars
Getty Images

Browns center Nick Harris was carted off the field two plays into the team’s preseason opener on Friday night and it looks like those will be the only two snaps he plays all season.

Head coach Kevin Stefanski said on Saturday that Harris is likely to have season-ending knee surgery. Confirmation of that diagnosis is expected in the near future.

Harris was a 2020 fifth-round pick who played in 23 games and made two starts over the last two seasons. He was bumped up to the first team once JC Tretter hit free agency in March.

Tretter remains a free agent, so the Browns could explore a reunion if Harris is out for the year. Ethan Pocic is listed as the team’s backup center.

6 responses to “Nick Harris likely to have season-ending knee surgery

  1. The Browns are really struggling to find players willing to take a spot on their roster. At this rate, they might not be able to field a team. No wonder Browns fans are so angry and crying all the time.

  2. He is so darn under sized i never liked that part ,never felt he could last a season being that
    small .

  3. bawlzich says: The Browns are really struggling to find players willing to take a spot on their roster.

    ———————————

    Will you please some new schitck? You say this all the time about AFC north teams…. It’s gotten old

  4. WhatInSamHill says:
    August 13, 2022 at 2:32 pm
    bawlzich says: The Browns are really struggling to find players willing to take a spot on their roster.

    ———————————

    Will you please some new schitck? You say this all the time about AFC north teams…. It’s gotten old

    Ballsack is always irritated

  5. @WhatInSamHill: can you provide ANY evidence to back up that absurd declaration, or are you just a 12 year old?

  6. @WhatInSamHill: can you provide ANY evidence to back up that absurd declaration, or are you just a 12 year old?

    ————————–

    That’s an insult to 12 year olds. 🙂

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.