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Redskins Draft 2017: Washington Selects Center Chase Roullier at Pick 199
- Updated: April 29, 2017
Washington Selects Center Chase Roullier
With their first sixth-round pick (199th overall), the Washington Redskins have selected center Chase Roullier out of the University of Wyoming. Roullier will fit nicely on the Redskins offensive line and will get the opportunity play a major role with the burgundy and gold. His versatility is likely what lured the Redskins into choosing him as has a wide-frame and can play both guard and center.
After a small trade with the Vikings, the Redskins selected Roullier. He will immediately assume the role of backup center that John Sullivan held last year before leaving for the LA Rams via free agency.
— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) April 29, 2017