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By the numbers: Breaking down the Browns' loss to Chicago

CLEVELAND — The Browns wrapped up the preseason Thursday night in a 21-7 loss to the Bears.

We're breaking down the numbers from Cleveland's finale.

10 — Browns rookie wide receiver Corey Coleman recorded his first NFL catch, a 10-yard grab from Josh McCown in the second quarter.

75 — Michael Palardy, who joined the Browns this week, had a booming 75-yard punt as he fights for a spot on the 53-man roster. He also had a 57-yarder that pinned Chicago inside their 5-yard line in the fourth quarter.

37 — In the third quarter, wide receiver Taylor Gabriel returned a punt 37 yards to midfield before being chased out of bounds.

2 — The Browns sacked Bears quarterback Brian Hoyer twice. Emmanuel Ogbah took him down in the first quarter while Joe Schobert wrapped him up in the second.

5 — Between Ogbah, defensive end Carl Nassib and Joe Schobert, the Browns rookies have combined for five total sacks in four games.

2  — Speaking of Nassib, he notched his second pass breakup of the preseason, batting a ball away at the line of scrimmage on third down.

25 — The longest play of the night came when McCown found Darius Jennings over the middle for a 25-yard gain.

127 — The Browns held Chicago's offense to 127 yards in the first half, its best effort of the preseason.

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