Browns coach Hue Jackson said Britt will get his normal allotment of snaps Sunday in Baltimore, ESPN.com's Pat McManamon reports.

Britt logged 52 of 66 offensive snaps Week 1 against Pittsburgh, but he only caught one pass for 13 yards on three targets and committed an ugly drop on what should have been at least a 20-yard gain. While the poor outing has left his role in some question, the Browns aren't exactly teeming with superior alternatives. No. 3 receiver Ricardo Louis is a 2016 fourth-round pick who produced only 5.7 yards per target as a rookie, while Kasen Williams, Sammie Coates and Reggie Davis were all picked up at the end of the preseason when their previous teams didn't want them. Britt should at least have another week or two to prove himself before his top-two role is in danger, though it does seem increasingly clear that Corey Coleman will be DeShone Kizer's preferred target.

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