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Snap Count Review: Browns rely heavily on rookies vs. Steelers

We're breaking down who played how much in the Browns' 20-13 loss to the Steelers on Sunday.

-- Without Damarious Randall, the Browns called upon rookie Sheldrick Redwine for, by far, the most playing time of his career. The fourth-round pick was on the field for all but one snap.

-- Juston Burris and Joe Schobert played every snap on the Browns defense. Denzel Ward and Mack Wilson played 61 and 60, respectively, of a possible 62.

-- Olivier Vernon played just 12 snaps in his first game back from a knee injury. DTs Sheldon Richardson and Larry Ogunjobi led all D-linemen with 56 and 55 snaps, respectively, while Porter Gustin (37) had the most snaps of any defensive end.

-- Undrafted rookie J.T. Hassell played 16 defensive snaps, the first defensive action of his NFL career. Sione Takitaki saw his playing time continue to increase with 21 snaps.

-- Kareem Hunt played 45 of a possible 69 snaps. Nick Chubb was on the field for 41 of 69.

-- Demetrius Harris played the most snaps of anyone at tight end (43). Stephen Carlson played 18 and Ricky Seals-Jones played 14.

-- Garrett Gilbert saw the field for two snaps while Baker Mayfield nursed a hand injury.

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