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August 8, 2014 at 5:37 PM

Seattle Seahawks snap counts vs. Denver Broncos

Here are the official snap counts for Seattle’s preseason opener Thursday night at Denver.

The leader was Stephen Schilling, who came in early for J.R. Sweezy and then played the rest of the game. He’s listed as getting 61 snaps, but Seattle only had 61 listed offensive plays, so something obviously is not completely right there.  Sweezy was on the field for eight snaps, so maybe Schilling got 53 of the 61. Regardless, he played a lot.

A couple of things that stand out among the rest:

Paul Richardson had five targets and four catches in 17 snaps.

A.J.  Jefferson had three passes defensed, including an interception, in what was officially just six snaps.

Brock Coyle essentially got starter’s snaps and made five tackles in 21 snaps.

Here are all of the snap counts (with the play-by-play listing 61 total offensive plays for Seattle and 52 on defense):

OFFENSE

S Schilling, 61

G Van Roten, 37

T Pryor, 34

L Jeanpierre, 32

C Hauptmann, 32

A Bailey, 32

J Britt, 32

C Helfet, 29

R Allen, 27

P Bate, 24

A Clark, 24

R Wilson, 24

B Walters, 23

C Michael, 22

C Davis, 19

E Winston, 19

G Gilliam, 19

N Isles, 18

Z Miller, 18

C Brando, 18

W Smith, 18

C Matthews, 18

S Ware, 17

J Kearse, 17

K Small, 17

D Bronson, 17

D Baldwin, 17

P Richardson, 17

R Lockette, 14

R Turbin, 13

D Coleman, 11

T Jackson, 11

K Smith, 10

J Sweezy, 8

M Presley, 6

L Willson, 3

P Harvin, 1

DEFENSE

D Shead, 36

S Terrell, 36

C Marsh, 30

H Farwell, 29

H Miller, 29

O Schofield, 28

G Scruggs, 26

M Morgan, 26

J Lane, 26

P Adams, 25

M Brooks, 23

J Johnson, 22

D Smith, 22

E Thomas, 22

B Maxwell, 22

R Sherman, 22

B Coyle, 21

K Wright, 20
J Jeffcoat, 19

M Bennett, 18

A Pulu, 17

C Avril, 16

B Mayowa, 15

T Parks, 15

T Simon, 15

M Dowtin, 15

T Thomas, 10

B Mebane, 10

T McDaniel, 10

K Williams, 7

A Jefferson, 6

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