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Monday Snap Counts: Damarious Randall fights through injuries to play all but 1 snap

Breaking down who played how much in Sunday's 33-18 loss to the Steelers…

-- Three Browns defensive players -- LB Jamie Collins, DB Denzel Ward and LB Christian Kirksey -- were on the field for all 71 snaps. DB Damarious Randall, who was fighting through groin and ankle injuries, played 70.

-- Cleveland played with three cornerbacks more than it typically has this season. Along with Ward's 71 snaps, T.J. Carrie played 57 and Briean Boddy-Calhoun played 55.

-- Derrick Kindred, who intercepted a pass and forced a fumble, played 38 snaps while Jabrill Peppers played 40.

-- Linebacker Genard Avery, who picked up his second start, played 52 snaps.

-- The Browns offense was on the field for 64 snaps. Quarterback Baker Mayfield and the offensive line played all of them.

-- Antonio Callaway led the receivers with 59 snaps. Jarvis Landry had 52, Damion Ratley played 32 and Breshad Perriman had 9.

-- Rookie running back Dontrell Hilliard played a season-high 15 snaps. He caught a 24-yard pass, which tied for the longest play of the game, late in the fourth quarter.

-- Seth DeValve made the most of his five snaps, catching two passes for 28 yards and a touchdown.

-- Duke Johnson, who walked off with trainers early in the game, played 23 snaps. Nick Chubb was on the field for 31.