The Cleveland Browns are looking to finish strong in the second half of the season, and they’ll get a major reinforcement to their offense in Week 10.

Just a day before Cleveland takes on the Houston Texans, Nick Chubb has officially been activated from injured reserve, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Chubb has been dealing with an MCL sprain since Week 4 against the Baltimore Ravens. It was revealed earlier this week that Chubb would need to avoid a setback to his injury for him to be activated.

Despite missing over a month of action, the Browns were fond of how Chubb’s knee looked in practice this week, which led to him being activated, per Rapoport.

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Since being taken in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft by the Browns, Chubb has been one of the best true rushers in the league. The Georgia product would fall just four yards short of eclipsing 1,000 rushing yards in his rookie season, while also scoring 10 total touchdowns.

He would follow up his impressive rookie campaign with 1,494 rushing yards and eight touchdowns on the ground. Chubb would also show an ability to contribute as a receiver, catching a career-high 36 receptions for 278 yards in 2019.

Before suffering his knee injury in Week 4, Chubb was averaging a career-best 5.9 yards per attempt for the Browns. Even though he was sharing the backfield with Kareem Hunt, Chubb was heavily involved in the offense.

Seeing that Kevin Stefanski wants to instill a run-oriented offense, Chubb will be a welcomed addition to the offense this late in the season. Especially with the Browns attempting to secure their first winning season since 2007 with a 5-3 record heading into Week 10.