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Snap Count Review: Injury forces Browns to make another O-line change

One day after the Browns fell to Arizona, 38-24, we're breaking down who played how much against the Cardinals.

-- An injury to RT Kendall Lamm, who was making his second start of the season, forced Chris Hubbard back into his usual spot on the offensive line. Lamm played the first 25 snaps and Hubbard played the last 45.

-- With Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry playing the vast majority of the snaps, the Browns also deployed KhaDarel Hodge for 30 plays and Damion Ratley for 21.

-- Nick Chubb played 35 of a possible 70 snaps. Kareem Hunt was on the field for 43 and Dontrell Hilliard saw his most extensive work since Hunt's arrival with seven snaps.

-- Demetrius Harris led the tight ends with 42 snaps. Ricky Seals-Jones caught touchdowns on two of his 19 snaps.

-- Five Browns defensive players were on the field for every play -- Joe Schobert, Mack Wilson, Sheldrick Redwine, Damarious Randall and Greedy Williams.

-- Denzel Ward missed some time because of an ankle injury but ultimately played 48 of a possible 61 snaps.

-- Juston Burris was on the field for 40 snaps, giving the Browns a three-safety look for more than half of the plays.

-- Chad Thomas and Bryan Cox started at defensive end and played 47 and 37 snaps, respectively.

Check out the full snap breakdown by clicking the link below.

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