38 Facts About Nick Chubb


Nicholas Jamaal Chubb was born on December 27,1995 and is an American football running back for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League.


Nick Chubb played college football at Georgia and was drafted by the Browns in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft.


Nick Chubb has been named to four Pro Bowls during his NFL career.


Nick Chubb attended Cedartown High School in Cedartown, Georgia, where he was a two-sport star for the Bulldogs' football and track teams.


Nick Chubb finished his high school career with 6,983 rushing yards and 102 rushing touchdowns.


Nick Chubb entered his true freshman season as a backup to starter and future NFL running back Todd Gurley.


Nick Chubb finished his freshman season with 1,547 rushing yards, good for second in the SEC, despite starting just eight games.


However, on October 10,2015, Nick Chubb suffered a "grotesque" knee injury against Tennessee, preventing him from surpassing the record.


Nick Chubb split carries with Michel for the remaining four games of the regular season, but had 100+ yards in two anyway, and ended 2016 with 142 yards and a game-sealing touchdown over TCU in the Liberty Bowl.


Nick Chubb passed former backfield partner Todd Gurley for second all-time in school rush yards.


Nick Chubb was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the second round with the 35th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.


Nick Chubb was the fourth running back to be selected that year.


On June 4,2018, Nick Chubb signed a four-year rookie deal worth about $7.4 million.


Nick Chubb was the fourth player in NFL history to break 100 rushing yards on three or fewer carries.


Nick Chubb's run was the longest rushing touchdown in Browns franchise history.


Nick Chubb finished the game with 20 carries for 176 yards and one touchdown to go along with three receptions for 33 yards and the first receiving touchdown of his career.


Nick Chubb finished his rookie year with 192 carries for 996 rushing yards and eight touchdowns along with 20 receptions for 149 receiving yards and two touchdowns.


Nick Chubb's 92 rushing yards against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 11 were enough to move him past Christian McCaffrey for the league lead.


Nick Chubb earned his first Pro Bowl nomination for his 2019 season.


Nick Chubb finished his second season with 1,494 rushing yards and eight touchdowns along with 36 receptions for 278 yards.


Nick Chubb's 1,494 rushing yards were the second-highest behind Derrick Henry, who rushed for 1,540 yards.


Nick Chubb was ranked 36th by his fellow players on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2020.


In Week 4 against the Dallas Cowboys, Nick Chubb suffered an MCL injury.


Nick Chubb was activated from injured reserve on November 14,2020.


In Week 10 against the Houston Texans, in his first game back from injury, Nick Chubb recorded 19 carries for 126 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown, and sealed the win for the Browns with a 59-yard run late in the fourth quarter.


In Week 17, Nick Chubb eclipsed 1,000 yards for the season and became the first Browns running back to run for a touchdown of 40 yards or more against the Pittsburgh Steelers since Jim Brown in 1958.


Nick Chubb earned a second Pro Bowl nomination for his performance in the 2020 season.


Nick Chubb finished the 2020 season with 1,067 rushing yards and 12 rushing touchdowns.


Nick Chubb was ranked 26th by his fellow players on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2021.


On July 31,2021, Nick Chubb signed a three-year, $36.6 million contract extension with the Browns.


Nick Chubb scored two touchdowns in the Browns' season-opening loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.


Nick Chubb tested positive for COVID-19 and was out the following game against the Patriots.


On December 20,2021, Nick Chubb was one of five Cleveland Browns players selected to the NFL Pro Bowl.


Nick Chubb finished the 2021 season with 1,259 rushing yards and eight rushing touchdowns to go along with 20 receptions for 174 receiving yards and one receiving touchdown.


Nick Chubb was ranked 33rd by his fellow players on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2022.


Nick Chubb scored a late touchdown to give the Browns a 13-point lead, but a series of miscues by the Browns led to the eventual comeback by the Jets.


Nick Chubb's father Henry played at Valdosta State, and his uncle Aaron was a linebacker for Georgia.


Nick Chubb's cousin Bradley Chubb plays for the Miami Dolphins, while another cousin Brandon Chubb was an undrafted free-agent signing who has been on multiple NFL rosters.