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Snap Count Review: Eric Kush takes all of the first-team snaps at right guard vs. Buccaneers

We’re breaking down who played how much in the Browns’ 13-12 road defeat to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

-- Eric Kush joined Joel Bitonio, JC Tretter, Chris Hubbard and Greg Robinson in leading the Browns with 44 snaps apiece. He’s worked with the starters in each of the first three preseason games.

-- Jaelen Strong and Derrick Willies led Browns receivers with 41 and 40 snaps, respectively, while top receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry remained on the sidelines. Kitchens opted to give other wide receivers first-team reps and rest his top two receivers. Strong had two receptions for 11 yards while Willies made two catches for 16 yards

Check out photos of the Cleveland Browns at Tampa Bay Buccaneers by team photographer Matt Starkey

-- D'Ernest Johnson led the running backs with 31 snaps and received 10 special teams snaps.

-- After sitting out in the second preseason game, Baker Mayfield received 36 snaps and will sit out until Week 1 after head coach Freddie Kitchens said he will rest starters in the fourth preseason game.

-- Quarterbacks David Blough and Drew Stanton each received 12 snaps. Garrett Gilbert did not play.

-- Myles Garrett, who missed practice time last week with an illness, received six snaps while the rest of the defensive line starters all appeared in at least 20 snaps.

-- Rookie linebacker Mack Wilson, who won the 2019 Maurice Bassett Award, led defensive players with 43 snaps.

-- Here’s how playing time broke for Cleveland’s 2019 draft picks: LB Wilson (43), S Sheldrick Redwine (41), CB Greedy Williams (31), G Drew Forbes (16), CB Donnie Lewis Jr. (14), K Austin Seibert (9). LB Sione Takitaki did not play.

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