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May 4, 2024

Roger Saffold is a professional football player. He plays guard for the Buffalo Bills in the National Football League.

Rodger P. Saffold III was born in Bedford, Ohio on June 6, 1988. His parents are Rodger Saffold II and Angela Coopridge. His dad, Rodger Saffold II played college football at the University of Iowa.

Roger Saffold III’s career in football began in high school while attending Bedford High School. As a senior, he played defensive end and guard. Saffold recorded 18 tackles as a defensive end and was rated over 90 percent in blocking efficiency as a guard. He was given all-district and honorable mention all-state honors, named 2005 first team All-Lake Erie League and invited to play in the 2006 Ohio North-South All-Star Game.

As a two-star recruit, Saffold was pursued by the Ohio University, as well as Kansas, Illinois, and Indiana. He chose to attend Indiana University and play in the Big 10. He started in six of the seven games that he played in as a true freshman. And in five of the six games that he started in, his team was able to reach over 100 yards on the ground.

During his sophomore year in 2007, Saffold started every game at left tackle. He helped his team to set records across the board including average rushing yards in a game (157.4), average total yards of offense per game (393.8), total points in a season (412), and average points per game for a season (31.7). The team also recorded more than 100 rushing yards nine times that year and over 200 rushing yards an additional five times.

In his junior year of college, he would again start at left tackle. Although Saffold dealt with a back injury for the entire season, he only missed two games, because of a knee injury. That season, the team rushed for more than 2,000 yards, and the line held to allow running backs to average 4.5 yards per carry for a total of 19 rushing touchdowns. As a team, they rushed for more than 250 yards in a game four times that year which would set a new school record.

Saffold was voted as a captain for his senior season and again started in every game. Indiana’s team only allowed 16 sacks all season with Saffold himself allowing only one. The team was also able to rush for more than 180 yards four times that year. Saffold was named second team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele and by the conference coaches, and he also won the 2009 Don Howell Outstanding Offensive Lineman Award.

After being invited to attend the NFL Combine, Saffold performed well enough to improve his draft stock. He ran a 5.25-second 40-yard dash with a 3.03-second 20-yard split. He also bench-pressed for 27 reps.

Saffold was the first draft pick of the second round, going 33rd overall. He was drafted by the St. Louis (now Los Angeles) Rams. He signed his rookie deal in late July, which was worth 6.3 million dollars over the next four years, including a guaranteed amount of almost $4 million.

He earned the starting position for the Rams and started at left tackle in every game that season. He had a successful rookie season which led him to be named to the PFWA All-Rookie Team and the Sporting News All-Rookie Team. He only allowed three sacks all year and also protected a 1,000-yard running back.

In the following season, Saffold played well for nine games before being injured. He was placed on the season-ending injured reserve list. He would also miss the first two games of the next season but then started at left tackle for the rest of the year. In his third year of professional football, he played at many different positions on the offensive line and a year later was moved to left guard.

In 2017, he was named second-team All-Pro and helped his team reach the Super Bowl although they were not able to win.

As a free agent in 2019, Saffold signed a $44 million contract with the Tennessee Titans for four years. He started every game for them that year and helped the team to the AFC Championship, where they lost to the eventual Super Bowl champions. He was released by the Titans in early 2022, before signing a one-year deal with the Buffalo Bills.

Outside of football, Saffold owns Rise Nation, a competitive Call of Duty esports team. In 2016, Roger Saffold obtained a federal trademark registration for a logo that includes the letter “R” accompanied by red wings and stars for athletic apparel and uniforms that are associated with this team.

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