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Snap Count Review: Full cast of next men up fill lineup vs. Jets

Cleveland had a number of new faces in new places Sunday

We're breaking down who played how much in Sunday's loss to the Jets.

— WRs Ja'Marcus Bradley and Marvin Hall were summoned for the extensive playing time in the wake of four Browns WRs landing on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Bradley played 77 of a possible 81 snaps while Hall played 74. The Browns' third WR, Derrick Willies, played three snaps.

— The Browns used their TEs at a relatively high level, as Harrison Bryant played 67 snaps, Austin Hooper played 59 and David Njoku was on the field for 31.

Nick Chubb was on the field for 48 snaps, one of his highest totals of the year. Kareem Hunt played 35.

— RG Nick Harris played every snap in his first career start.

— DE Olivier Vernon was among the four Browns defensive players who played all 69 snaps. DT Sheldon Richardson played all but six snaps.

— With B.J. Goodson sidelined, Malcolm Smith played all but two snaps. Sione Takitaki played the next most (50) and Mack Wilson was on the field for 32.

Myles Garrett played 58 snaps.

— The Browns did not have any WRs play any special teams snaps.

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