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Snap Count Review: Denzel Ward, Greedy Williams resume their full workload

We're analyzing who played how much in the Browns' 27-13 loss to the Patriots on Sunday.

-- After missing four games respectively with hamstring injuries, cornerbacks Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams resumed their full workloads. Ward played 68 of a possible 69 snaps while Williams played 67.

-- With Ward and Williams back in their usual spots, T.J. Carrie (seven snaps) and Terrance Mitchell (DNP) took a step back in the rotation in the secondary. Juston Burris (22) started in place of an injured Damarious Randall and Eric Murray (50) was Cleveland's man in the slot.

-- For the first time this season, Olivier Vernon played 100 percent of the snaps. He was joined by Joe Schobert and Morgan Burnett.

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-- Genard Avery got some action after being listed as inactive in the previous three games. He got three snaps, one of which resulted in a pressure on Tom Brady.

-- The Browns rotated a bit at right guard, giving starter Eric Kush 57 of a possible 68 snaps and Wyatt Teller the other 11.

-- Rashard Higgins, in his first action since Week 1, played 14 snaps.

-- Jarvis Landry played 62 snaps, missing a handful while he had his shoulder examined. Odell Beckham Jr. played every snap.

For a full breakdown, click the link below.

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