The Washington Commanders signed center Chase Roullier to a four-year extension on Saturday, ensuring stability in the middle of their line.
The deal is worth $40.5 million with $19 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Roullier would have been a free agent after the season.
Roullier, a sixth-round pick from Wyoming in 2017, has solidified the center position for Washington. He started 16 games in 2018 and 14 a year ago. Roullier has played every snap on offense this season, the only player to do so for Washington. He has a career-high run block win rate of 76.1%, according to ESPN Stats & Information. He’s also adept at helping to set protections and has quietly had a solid season.
John Keim ESPN Staff Writer