For the Washington Commanders of the National Football League, Nolan Laufenberg plays guard professionally. He is 1.4 m tall and 143 kg in weight. He went to Castle View High School, where he played football and was a three-time all-conference offensive selection. He was also a member of the German Honor Society and the National Honor Society.
He attended the United States Air Force Academy to play for the Falcon football team after his final year of high school in 2016. In 2017, he did not participate in any varsity games as a true freshman. He played in twelve games as a sophomore, starting nine of them. The season after, he was named first-team all-Mountain West Conference and first-team all-Colorado after appearing in all thirteen games.
He participated in all 13 of the games in 2019 and started 12 of them. He also had the most knockdowns for the group. COVID-19 cut the 2020 season short and only allowed him to play in six games. Laufenberg was signed by the Denver Broncos as an undrafted free agent after going undrafted in the 2021 NFL Draft.
On August 24, 2021, the Denver Broncos released him. He joined the Washington Commanders Football Team’s practice squad in September 2021. He agreed to a reserve/future deal for the 2021 regular season. The Commanders released him in August 2022, and the following day he joined the practice squad.
Where Is Nolan Laufenberg From?
Nolan Laufenberg is from the city of Castle Rock, Colorado in the United States of America.