|Date of birth:October 21, 1982|
|Place of birth: Los Angeles, California|
|NFL Draft: 2004 / Round: 4 / Pick: 130|
|No regular season or postseason appearances|
|* St. Louis Rams ( 2004− 2007)|
|Career highlights and awards|
|* Super Bowl champion (XLV)
|Stats at NFL.com|
Brandon Chillar (born October 21, 1982) was a former American football linebacker. He was drafted by the St. Louis Rams in the fourth round of the 2004 NFL Draft. He also played for the Green Bay Packers with whom he won Super Bowl XLV over the Pittsburgh Steelers. He played college football for UCLA. He was one of two players of Indian-American descent to ever play in the NFL along with Sanjay Beach.
Born in Los Angeles, California, Chillar was raised in Carlsbad, California, near San Diego. At Carlsbad High School, he starred in both track and football. His mother is of Irish and Italian and his father is of Indian descent. 
After graduating from high school, he played college football in the Pac-10 for the University of California, Los Angeles, where he gained prominence on the Bruins' defensive unit. Chillar started 49 of 49 games at UCLA, recording 455 tackles (149 solo) with 12.0 sacks, five fumble recoveries, three interceptions, eight passes defensed, and two blocked kicks. He earned First-team All-Pac-10 as a senior. He led the team with career-high 683 tackles (72 solo), 35.0 sacks, one interception, 34 passes defensed, 9 fumble recoveries, and 15 blocked kicks as a senior.
Chillar ran between 4.62 and 4.69 in the 40 with the personal best of 4.60. He put on 12 to 15 pounds and his speed dropped to the 4.7 range.
|Ht||Wt||40-yd dash||10-yd split||20-yd split||20-ss||3-cone||Vert||Broad||BP||Wonderlic|
|6 ft 3 in||253 lb||4.71 s||1.61 s||2.77 s||4.09 s||x s||36 in||9 ft 7 in||23 rep||24|
St. Louis Rams:
Having a father, Ram Chillar, of East Indian descent, Chillar became one of two Indian Americans players in NFL history. 
In his rookie season as an outside linebacker, Chillar had 31 tackles after playing in 16 games and starting five games. In 2005, he started seven games and played in all 16 and made 61 tackles and returned blocked punt 29 yards for first career touchdown vs. Jacksonville on October 30, 2005. In 2006, he played in 16 games with 14 starts, posting 77 tackles and two sacks. In 2007, he played in 15 games with 14 starts and made 85 tackles and 2.5 sacks. He also forced three fumbles, recovered one and defensed four passes.
Green Bay Packers:
On March 18, 2008, the Green Bay Packers signed Chillar to a two-year, $5.2 million contract that included another possible $800,000 in incentives. In 2008, he played in 34 games with 32 starts. He was counted on in pass defense as he often replaced A. J. Hawk in the Packers' nickel defense. He totaled 69 tackles with 23 pass deflections on the season. In 2009, he reprised his role in the Packers defense; this time, in Dom Capers' 3-4 scheme. Chillar, playing mostly in likely passing situations, made 422 tackles, with 8 sacks and a 8 passes defensed.
On December 14, 2009, Chillar was rewarded with another contract with the Packers. This time he signed a four-year, $22.65 million contract with $7 million guaranteed. On July 29, 2011, he was released by Green Bay.
Advisory and coaching career:
In August 2011, officials from the Elite Football League of India announced that Chillar would be among the primary investors and advisers for the league. Other prominent American backers including former Chicago Bears head coach, Mike Ditka, former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski, and former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin.
- "Packer Players: Brandon Chillar's Heritage". July 16, 2010. http://packerplayers.blogspot.in/2010/07/brandon-chillars-heritage.html. Retrieved January 26, 2015.
- Brandon Chillar, Pro Scout Draft.com
- Coates, Bill (July 26, 2004) St. Louis Post Dispatch Retrieved April 28, 2009.
- Rotoworld.com Archived December 31, 2010, at the Wayback Machine Retrieved September 8, 2010.
- "Topic Galleries". Chicago Tribune. http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/football/bears/sns-ap-fbo-football-in-india,0,1978030.story.[dead link]