Chase Roullier signs four-year extension with Washington

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Washington signed starting center Chase Roullier to a four-year extension, the team announced Saturday. The deal is worth $40.5 million, including $19 million fully guaranteed, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.

The deal will keep Roullier in Washington through the 2024 season.

“Chase has been a steady presence and leader on our offensive line all season. He is a great teammate and does everything the right way,” Washington coach Ron Rivera said in a release. “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 towards sustained success here in Washington.”

Washington drafted Roullier in the sixth round in 2017, and he was set to become a free agent in March.

He has played 58 games, with 52 starts, in his career.

7 responses to “Chase Roullier signs four-year extension with Washington

  1. That’s a good move. Roullier isn’t a top center, but he’s pretty good. Glad they locked him up for a few more years.

  2. Wrong. Actually, he is a top center (#4 in PFF positional ranking). Otherwise, it doesn’t make sense to lock up a player who isn’t above average at his position.

  3. RR is using the coach Gibbs model from the 80’s – recruit players of high character and talent, then coach ’em up. haskins learned that the hard way

  4. Solid signing, Rivera putting his stamp on this team. QB position must be upgraded. Stafford ?

  5. I’ll give it to Ron Rivera he’s what the WFT needed , hell most team’s need a coach that demands high character and will just drop your immature butt off at the curb! Ask haskins where the diva train stopped and let him off. wasn’t on the field.

  6. Great move! I love the way Riverboat Ron is shaping this team! With a ton of draft picks and cap space I will be curious what the off-season looks like.

  7. Don’t know if this clip is a week old, or this guy is just clueless. The Eagles have packed up and made their tee times for Monday. They’re sitting half the roster, while WFT has something to play for. It might be close, it might be a blowout, but no way the Eagles win. And if they did, Dallas would stomp the Giants. What a homer!

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