Seattle Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks

He’s a monster, he’s a beast, he’s D.J. Fluker.

The Seattle Seahawks guard has been putting in work this offseason, and his training approach will probably make life a lot harder for opposing defenses next season. 

Most players work hard in the gym to get strong for the season. Fluker’s teammate Russell Wilson enjoys boxing

Fluke pulls trucks. 

“Actions speak louder than words,” Fluker said in the caption. 

Fluker makes this truck pull look way too easy. 

The former Alabama standout is taking the extra steps by conditioning his body to guarantee he’s in tip-top shape this upcoming season. Fluker suffered a hamstring injury on his ninth snap against the Los Angeles Rams on October 3 and missed games at Cleveland and vs. Baltimore during his recovery. 

With Fluker sidelined, 2018 fifth-round pick Jamarco Jones shifted into the right guard spot. He was not pleased when Pete Carroll told reporters Fluker would have to compete for playing time against Jones, who impressed during his absence. 

He shared his thoughts in a post on Twitter: 

Don't ever count Fluker out is right, his offseason grind is impressive and we cannot wait to see him terrorizing teams in 2020.