New England Patriots first-year fullback Dan Vitale celebrated Memorial Day on Monday in a way many others probably would shy away from.

Vitale completed the “Murph Challenge,” a workout dedicated to Lt. Michael P. Murphy, a United States Navy SEAL who died in combat. Vitale, according to the NFL Players Association, was one of two football players to complete the challenge, joining Indianapolis Colts long snapper Luke Rhodes.

Here’s what the insane workout included:

— One mile run

— 100 pull-ups

— 200 push-ups

— 300 squats

— One mile run

Oh yeah, and it was while wearing a 20-pound vest.

The 26-year-old Vitale is expected to be a key contributor for the Patriots offense, which saw fullback James Develin retire this offseason after an eight-year stint in New England.

Vitale, a former Green Bay Packer, has explained how he enjoys showcasing his versatility like the San Francisco 49ers’ Kyle Juszcyk. We imagine New England fans surely like the sound of that.

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