Help for the injured Seahawks offensive line is offered by a former Russell Wilson defender.

The offensive line for the Seattle Seahawks is presently injured. DJ Fluker, a former offensive lineman for the Seahawks, is aware of this.

On Monday, DJ Fluker contacted the Seahawks on X. According to Tim Crean of Heavy.com, the 32-year-old offensive tackle let Pete Carroll's club know that he is still available.

Due to injuries, Seattle's offensive line has scarcely been a strong unit this year. Charles Cross, the left tackle for the Seahawks,

 has missed three contests due to a toe injury. However, because of lower body problems,

Phil Haynes and Damien Lewis have missed one game apiece. Only centre Evan Brown has appeared in each of Seattle's five games in 2023.

Right tackle is the Seahawks' worst offensive line problem. With a knee ailment, Abraham Lucas has missed Seattle's last four games.

Lewis has been replaced by Jake Curhan, but Curhan's own ankle ailment has limited his usefulness.

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