Devin Hester's kids are already living up to their dad's reputation

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Chicago Bears’ Devin Hester scores on 55-yard pass as Chicago defeated the New Orleans Saints at Soldier Field, Sunday, Dec. 30, 2007 in Chicago. (AP Photo/The Times-Picayune, Michael DeMocker)

Devin Hester is among the most excitable players to ever play in the NFL. Whether it was a punt or kick return, Hester could change the outlook with just one explosive cut. While Hester’s playing days may be numbered, his two young sons are starting to take on the family business.

Hester, who returned to practice with the Atlanta Falcons this week after turf toe put him on the injured reserve list, has spent a lot of time with his sons as they play flag football. Like any proud parent, Hester has been uploading some of their highlights to his Instagram account.

The older of the two Hester sons, Devin Jr., has become a bit of a star on his dad’s Instagram and for good reason.

DJ stunt’n like my daddy with a 80yds TD A video posted by Devin Hester (@devin_anytime_hester_17) on Nov 15, 2015 at 6:08am PST

DJ isn’t the only Hester starting off his young football career with some explosive plays. Hester’s younger son Dray, who is only three, is running past kids a few years older than him.

My lil one just turned 3 and He playing with the 4-6 year olds A video posted by Devin Hester (@devin_anytime_hester_17) on Oct 31, 2015 at 1:49pm PDT

For as intense as college recruiting can be, the two young Hesters are obviously a little young to start thinking about that. However, it is fun to not only see them enjoying the game, but their father is having so much fun cheering them on.

Whenever Hester does return, Falcons fans hope he can recreate some of those moves his kids were showing off.

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