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Snap Count Review: Drew Forbes gets big opportunity vs. Colts

We're breaking down who played how much in the Browns' preseason win over the Colts...

-- Sixth-round rookie Drew Forbes, who received a handful of first-team snaps during the Browns' joint practices with the Colts, played 52 snaps -- a figure that trailed only WR D.J. Montgomery. Forbes mostly played at right guard in the game but also saw some action at left guard.

-- Behind Montgomery, Jaelen Strong saw the most snaps among the team's wide receivers with 33. Derrick Willies (25), Dorian Baker (24) and Rashard Higgins (22) were close behind.

-- RB Kareem Hunt was credited with 11 snaps in his Browns debut.

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-- D'Ernest Johnson had 32 snaps at running back and 10 more on special teams. He led all runners with 53 yards and added 26 through the air to go along with a touchdown.

-- S Sheldrick Redwine played 70 snaps, which works out to be 86 percent of all of Cleveland's defensive snaps.

-- Anthony Zettel got the start in place of Myles Garrett and finished with 52 snaps.

-- LB Genard Avery, who didn't play in the Browns' preseason opener, played 36 snaps.

-- CBs Greedy Williams and Terrance Mitchell played the most snaps of any of the Browns' starters with 32 apiece.

-- Starters Morgan Burnett, Joe Schobert, Christian Kirksey and Damarious Randall all played just one defensive series.

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