The Redskins drafted 10 players in April and nine of them made the 53-man roster.
Undrafted free agent G Tyler Catalina also made it the team.
Of those 10 rookies, four were inactive on Sunday in the Redskins' 30-17 loss to the Eagles. Catalina, ILB Josh Harvey-Clemons, CB Joshua Holsey, and tight end Jeremy Sprinkle did not suit up.
The six active rookies all got into the game. As you would expect, some played a lot more than others.
Three, C Chase Roullier (3 snaps), RB Samaje Perine (10), and CB Fabian Moreau (18) played strictly on special teams. S Montae Nicholson got three plays on defense and 18 on specials. His combined snaps were the most of any of the rookies but one.
OLB Ryan Anderson played 10 defensive snaps but none on specials. It seems likely that he will have a special teams role in the future as reserve linebackers generally do but they didn’t want to risk aggravating the stinger that has been bothering him for the last month.
The rookie leader in snaps played was (drum roll, please) DE Jonathan Allen, who played 42 of the 68 defensive snaps. That was by far the most playing time for any defensive lineman. Matt Ioannidis was second with 33.
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Some other notes from the snap count totals:
—Kirk Cousins and four of the five starting offensive linemen played all 63 snaps on offense. Trent Williams missed four plays while dealing with an ankle injury and Ty Nsekhe filled in.
—Running backs Rob Kelley (33 snaps) and Chris Thompson (30) almost split the running back snaps.
—Defensively, ILBs Mason Foster and Zach Brown and CB Josh Norman played all 68 snaps. S Deshazor Everett was out one play, S D.J. Swearinger missed two and CB Bashaud Breeland played all but three.
—OLB Chris Carter played only one snap on defense but he logged a team-high 23 plays on special teams.
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