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Snap Count Review: Defense gets big help from reinforcements vs. Washington

We're breaking down who played how much in Sunday's win over Washington.

— The Browns used 21 different players on defense Sunday thanks to the return of multiple players. In his first game with the Browns, CB Kevin Johnson played 38 of a possible 65 snaps. LB Mack Wilson, playing in his first game of the season, played six snaps.

Andrew Sendejo, Karl Joseph and Terrance Mitchell played every snap. LB B.J. Goodson played all but five.

— DE Porter Gustin started and had the most snaps among Cleveland's defensive linemen with 54. Myles Garrett played 50.

— The Browns relied heavily on their second-team defensive line: Jordan Elliott (23), Joe Jackson (19), Adrian Clayborn (16) and Vincent Taylor (15).

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— CB Denzel Ward played 29 snaps, all in the first half. Without him available in the second half, Cleveland relied more on Johnson, Tavierre Thomas (30) and M.J. Stewart (22).

— Cleveland played just 16 players on offense, including JoJo Natson (4) and TE Stephen Carlson (6). Without Natson available in the second half, the Browns had just three active WRs.

Austin Hooper played 54 of a possible 63 snaps. Harrison Bryant played 40.

— Breakdown for Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt: 34 and 29 snaps, respectively.

— Carlson (25), Thomas (21), Sheldrick Redwine (19) and D'Ernest Johnson (19) are the Browns' most active special teamers.

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