Roullier inks 4-year, $40.5 million extension with Washington
LARAMIE -- Washington's Chase Roullier Saturday signed a 4-year extension worth $40.5 million, $19 million of which is guaranteed, making the former Wyoming Cowboy the 10th highest-paid center in the NFL, according to the Washington Post.
Roullier, a sixth-round draft pick in 2017, has started 45 of 47 games since beind promoted to a full-time starter during his second year in the league.
“[Roullier] has been a steady presence and leader on our offensive line all season,” Washington head coach Ron Rivera said in a statement. “He is a great teammate and does everything the right way. We are glad to be able to reward a player who has spent his entire career here. He was well deserving of an extension, and I look forward to continuing to coach him as we work toward sustained success here in Washington.”
Roullier played for the Pokes from 2013-16. He was named a first-team All-Mountain West selection as a senior.