According to D.J. Fluker's Twitter account, the former Alabama offensive lineman has been released by the Seattle Seahawks. Fluker was with the Seahawks for the last two seasons manning the right guard position on the offensive line. He is now an unrestricted free agent, free to negotiate and join any team. Fluker thanks the Seahawks general manager John Schneider and the head coach Pete Carroll in his tweet.

Fluker has been in the NFL for seven seasons, he has spent time with the San Diego Chargers, the New York Giants and the Seahawks. He has started in 88 of the 92 games he has played in. The Seahawks drafted guard Damien Lewis out of LSU in the third round of this past weekend's draft.

Fluker had one year remaining on his contract with the Seahawks. There are several teams in need of a veteran offensive lineman. Fluker is now free to explore his options and seek out a new contract.

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