The snap counts for the Eagles 29-10 win over the Browns are out.
The following players were inactive: Trey Burton (calf), Bryce Treggs (knee), Isaac Semualo, Josh Andrews, Terrence Brooks, Dillon Gordon, Hal Vaitai.
The offense played 25 more snaps than the defense. That would have been unheard of under Chip Kelly.
Leodis McKelvin left the game early with a hamstring injury. No update yet on his status.
Mychal Kendricks played just 19 snaps. He missed the first half of the preseason with a hamstring injury but returned right after Stephen Tulloch, who played just one snap, was signed. The Eagles spent most of the game in nickle, and Jim Schwartz preferred to have Nigel Bradham on the field with Jordan Hicks. Keep your eye on that in the coming weeks.
Nobody played 100% snaps on defense because the fake punt counted as a defensive snap, which is why Barner and Sproles show up on the defensive snap count. Interesting oddity.
Dorial Green-Beckham saw limited time. This was to be expected as the coaching staff is bringing him along slowly.
All four running backs got playing time. Keeping Ryan Mathews healthy is a real concern, and spelling him here and there for the fresh legs of Barner and Smallwood can only help.
Marcus Smith played 52% of special teams snaps. Last year he played in only 39%.
Beau Allen got four snaps at fullback!