American football center Chase Roullier, who was born on August 23, 1993, plays for the Washington Commanders of the National Football League.
In the sixth round of the 2017 NFL Draft, Washington, then known as the Redskins, selected him after his collegiate football career at Wyoming.
The Washington Redskins selected Roullier in the sixth round of the 2017 NFL Draft (199th overall). In his first season, he participated in 13 games, starting seven at center while sitting out three due to a hand injury.
In 2018, Roullier started each game at center. In 2019, Roullier made 14 starts but missed two due to injury.
Is Chase Roullier Injured?
Roullier signed a $40.5 million, four-year contract deal on January 2, 2021. However, in Week 8’s matchup against the Denver Broncos, he was taken off the field after breaking his fibula in the second quarter, and on November 2, 2021, he was put on injured reserve.
What Happened To Chase Roullier?
For the first day of training camp in 2022, Roullier was on the active/physically unable to perform list before being activated the next day.
He was put on injured reserve in Week 2 after tearing the MCL in his right knee.