Monday Snap Counts: Terrance Mitchell takes on full workload in return to field

We're breaking down who played how much in Cleveland's 26-20 victory over the Panthers…

-- Veteran DB Terrance Mitchell, in his first game since Week 4, played 71 of a possible 74 snaps. Mitchell's services were needed in a big way, as rookie Denzel Ward missed his first game of the season with a concussion.

-- The Browns deployed three cornerbacks throughout most of Sunday's game, as T.J. Carrie played 72 snaps and Briean Boddy-Calhoun logged 68 in the slot.

-- LBs Jamie Collins and Joe Schobert played all 74 snaps.

-- Playing through an injured bicep, DT Larry Ogunjobi played 51 snaps. Myles Garrett played 61.

-- TE David Njoku had the most snaps outside of the offensive linemen and quarterback with 43 of a possible 52.

-- Nick Chubb took 33 of the snaps at running back while Duke Johnson got 18.

-- Orson Charles was on the field for just five snaps, but the Browns fullback made the most of them, catching his third pass of the season for 9 yards.

-- With Austin Corbett out with an injury, the Browns did not use a sixth offensive lineman at any point in the game.

-- Tanner Vallejo was among a number of Browns who were on the field for 18 special teams plays. He had one of the team's two tackles on special teams.

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