The Seattle Seahawks solidified their offensive line Thursday by adding Mike Iupati and re signing D.J. Fluker, according to multiple reports.

Fluker’s deal allegedly is for couple of years while Iupati’s is for one year.

Iupati, who’s played guard exclusively through the duration of his eight-year NFL career, becomes the favorite to start at this position. The previous Cardinal replaces J.R. Sweezy, who signed with Arizona, in what amounts to your swap of guards between your NFC West rivals.

Fluker, that left nine starts at right guard last season, was certainly one of Seattle’s 14 unrestricted free agents. Pete Carroll made multiple mentions of how a Seahawks wanted to resign Fluker, noting how well his approach along with physicality match their kind of play.

Keeping Fluker means Sweezy is your only starting offensive lineman that the Seahawks will not return from last season.

NFL Network first reported deals.

“#UnfinishedBusiness” was on the list of hash tags Fluker comprised in a picture that he tweeted after news broke of his own bargain to remain in Seattle.