Here's a recap of notable contributions by Browns rookies in Cleveland's 6-3 win vs. Seattle on Sunday.
WR Greg Little — Little was targeted seven times, catching five passes for 31 yards. Little, who's started three games, has caught 25 passes for 234 yards this season.
DE Jabaal Sheard — Sheard, who's started all six games, notched three tackles and was credited with a half-sack. He has 21 tackles (16 solo) and 2½ sacks on the season, showing promise in his first NFL season.
DT Phil Taylor — He started in the middle of a Cleveland D-line that held Seattle to 65 yards rushing on 17 carries, but he did not record any tackles. He has 23 tackles and two sacks in six starts.
OLG Jason Pinkston — He made his sixth start on Sunday. The Browns ran off left guard more than in other game, but with limited success.
LB Quinton Spears — Spears, who's been active for every game as a reserve, notched a tackle on special teams.
CB Buster Skrine — He played as a reserve, recording a tackle. He's played in six games, with seven tackles.
FB Owen Marecic — He played as a reserve. He's appeared in every game this season, starting the first three of the year.
TE Jordan Cameron — After being inactive the first five games, Cameron played as a substitute in Week Seven.