Former Alabama OL D.J. Fluker has been away from the NFL for over a year. He’s hoping a trip back to Tuscaloosa will help change that.

Jordan Schultz of The Score shared Monday that Fluker will work out at Alabama’s Pro Day on March 30.

Fluker spent 9 seasons in the NFL from 2013-to-2021. An All-SEC and All-American at Alabama, Fluker was selected No. 11 overall in the 2013 draft by the San Diego Chargers.

Fluker was recognized as a PFWA All-Rookie Team selection in 2013 and played for the Chargers through 2016. The next 4 seasons, Fluker played for the New York Giants (2017), Seattle Seahawks (2018-19) and Baltimore Ravens (2020).

Fluker’s last regular-season NFL action came in Week 17 of his 2020 year with the Ravens. He signed with the Dolphins in April 2021 but went on injured reserve in July and was released in August. Later that year, he spent time on practice squads with the Las Vegas Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars.

Fluker did not play during the 2022 NFL season. We’ll see if the 32-year-old’s Pro Day workout can get him back on an NFL roster.