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Sunday Snap Counts: Jabrill Peppers back to his usual workload

A closer look at who played how much in Sunday's loss to the Ravens.

-- Josh Gordon (55), Rashard Higgins (52) and Corey Coleman (51) took the bulk of snaps at wide receiver. Ricardo Louis (9) and Sammie Coates (6) were used sparingly.

-- Duke Johnson Jr. (43) took the majority of snaps at running back while Isaiah Crowel was on the field for 22.

-- Rookie tight end David Njoku was on the field for 50 percent of Cleveland's offensive snaps.

-- Christian Kirksey and Joe Schobert maintained their streak of playing every single snap on defense this season.

-- Jabrill Peppers, who missed last week's game with a knee injury, was on the field for 75 of 78 snaps. So, too, was Mike Jordan, who filled the spot vacated by Jamar Taylor, who was dealing with a foot injury.

-- Taylor did not play any defensive snaps but was on the field for five special teams plays.

-- DE Lavar Edwards, who was signed earlier in the week, played 21 snaps.

-- Rookie Caleb Brantley, who made a key stop during Cleveland's goal line stand in the second quarter, played 19 snaps.

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