Final playing-time breakdown: WR

Continuing our final analysis of 2013 playing time:

Offensive snaps: 1,051

Wide Receiver:

Stephen Hill -- 594 snaps/57 percent

David Nelson -- 568 snaps/54 percent

Jeremy Kerley -- 567 snaps/54 percent

Santonio Holmes -- 500 snaps/48 percent

Greg Salas -- 156 snaps/15 percent

Clyde Gates -- 133 snaps/13 percent

Ben Obomanu -- 41 snaps/4 percent

Josh Cribbs -- 30 snaps/3 percent

Ryan Spadola -- 27 snaps/3 percent

Michael Campbell -- 24 snaps/2 percent

Saalim Hakim -- 9 snaps/0.9 percent

Analysis: No position was affected more by injuries than wide receiver. Sanjay Lal's receiver room must have felt like a bus station, with near-constant coming and going. Eleven receivers played at least one snap. The top three wideouts -- Holmes, Hill and Kerley -- all missed time due to injuries. ... You knew this was going to be a tough year for Holmes, coming off a serious foot injury that hampered his ability to train in the offseason. That probably was the cause of his torn hamstring, which cost him five games. In case you're wondering, Holmes made $15,000 per snap, based on his $7.5 million salary. ... Hill finished the season on injured reserve for the second year in a row. ... Nelson, picked up off the street in Week 5, saved the unit from falling into total disarray. He led the group in playing time over the second half of the season.