The Washington Commanders of the National Football League are home to football center Chase Roullier. He is 142 kg and 1.93 m tall. He went to Burnsville High School and played football there as well. As a senior, he made 60 tackles, four sacks, and eight tackles for loss. The defensive lineman he was. He was appointed team captain in both his junior and senior years.
He played collegiate football for the Wyoming Cowboys team while attending the University of Wyoming following high school. Following a redshirt year as a true freshman in 2012, he played in 10 games as a redshirt freshman in 2013. He made 12 starts in 2014, and the Mountain West named him an Honorable Mention.
He made every one of his 12 starts in 2015, which led to his second consecutive selection to the Second Team of the Mountain West. With the 199th overall choice in the sixth round of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Washington Redskins picked Roullier. He took part in 13 games during his first season, starting seven of them at center while missing three due to a hand injury.
In January 2021, he reached an agreement on a $40.5 million, four-year contract with the company. When the Denver Broncos visited him in Week 8’s game, he fractured his fibula in the second quarter, and in November 2021, he was put on injured reserve.
Chase Roullier Parents: Meet DeeAnn Roullier and Mark Roullier
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