Chief among those is a bigger showing for first-round rookie Myles Murphy, so here’s a look at the takeaways:
First-round rookie Myles Murphy played 10 snaps, or 17 percent of the total. Doesn’t sound like much, but it’s notable because it checks in as six more chances than Joseph Ossai got, which speaks to the trust he’s earning from coaches. He even got deployed in key moments, taking snaps on first and second downs while Trey Hendrickson came in as a pass-rush specialist on third down. It’s very notable that he’s coming along after he entered the season a question mark to even be active on game days and that could keep Hendrickson much fresher going into a possible playoff push.
Hendrickson still ended up playing 84 percent of the snaps while Cam Sample also remains a key part of the rotation and subpackages at 36 percent.
Chidobe Awuzie appears to be coming along nicely from his back injury and played 60 percent.
On offense, Ja’Marr Chase played 90 percent despite the back injury that has his status for next week in question.
The full chart: