Defensive line coach Jerry Montgomery said Daniels (foot) won't need to play 50 or 60 snaps per game this upcoming season, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Daniels didn't actually play that many snaps last season, averaging 41.9 in 10 games before a foot injury ended his campaign in mid-November. He topped 50 snaps eight times in a nine-game stretch during the 2017 campaign, so perhaps that's the sort of workload Montgomery is referring to. In any case, the main point is that Green Bay's improved depth in the front seven should allow the 30-year-old Daniels to scale back his snaps from their peak level. He's been held out of OTAs while finishing up his rehab from the foot injury.