The Dallas Morning News' Brandon George writes that the Dallas Cowboys are using second-year safety Kavon Frazier like they did J.J. Wilcox a year ago, rotating him in for one series in the first half and one series in the second half.
"Frazier replaced Jeff Heath once and Byron Jones once against the Rams on Sunday. Frazier, a sixth-round pick from Central Michigan, played 22 of the Cowboys' 69 defensive snaps. Jones played 61 snaps on defense and Heath had 55. Rookie safety Xavier Woods also played 16.
"The safety rotation is based on giving Frazier more chances to make plays, but it also allows Heath and Jones to stay fresher."