|Born||June 9 1973Hummelstown, Pennsylvania, U.S.in|
|NFL Draft||1996 / Round: 5 / Pick: 152|
|Career highlights and awards|
Chris Villarrial (born June 9, 1973) is a former American football guard who played with the Chicago Bears and Buffalo Bills in the National Football League. He played college football at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
In 2009, Villarrial was named head coach of the St. Francis (PA) Red Flash of the Northeast Conference of NCAA Division I FCS. He previously served as the offensive coordinator during the 2009 season.
A three year starter at Indiana (PA), Chris became one of the strongest players in college football and the strongest at the 1996 NFL combine, benching 225 pounds 36 times. He was also AP third-team all-America selection as junior, and was at first a reserve nose guard until moving to right tackle at midseason freshman year, all this after being redshirted as true freshman in 1991. 
- Chris Villarial profile and stats at NFL.com
- Chris Villarial profile and statistics at Pro-Football-Reference.com