The Philadelphia Eagles love to build in the trenches and are bringing in former first-round pick D.J. Fluker, an offensive lineman for a workout per Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.

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Fluker was the 11th pick in the 2013 draft out of Alabama and has played for four different teams. He was last with Miami in 2021 but didn't appear in a game thanks to a meniscus injury and was released with an injury settlement.

While at Alabama, Fluker played for Eagles offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland and Nick Sirianni was on the Chargers staff when Fluker played in San Diego.

The veteran has started 96 NFL games between the Chargers, Giants, Seahawks and Ravens.

He last played in 2021, but is said to be in tremendous shape.

If the 32-year old veteran impresses, he could be in the mix for the right guard spot or provide depth along the offensive line.

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