Hubert Delanie Walker is a very close-knit American football player, a freestyle player. He was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the sixth round of the 2006 NFL Draft. He played college football at Central Missouri University. After seven seasons with 49ers, he went on to play another seven for the Tennessee Titans, with whom he was picked three times in the Pro Bowl. He has been released from the Titans after the 2019 season after missing 25 of the regular games of the season over the past two seasons due to injury.
|Date of birth||August 12, 1984|
|Place of birth||Pomona, California|
|High school||Pomona (Pomona, California)|
|NFL Draft||2006 / Round: 6/ Pick: 175|
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Wide receiver, fullback, tight end and kick returner who entered the NFL in 2006. He signed with the Titans in 2013 after seven seasons as a 49er.
He was a football and Division III track champion at Pomona High School before becoming a record-breaking receiver at the University of Central Missouri.
His rare ability to play multiple positions at the professional level earned him the nickname "The Swiss Army Knife" during his time at San Francisco.
He tragically lost his aunt and uncle in a drunk driving accident after Super Bowl XLVII.
He played in his first Super Bowl under the coaching of Jim Harbaugh in 2013.
- The soccer player of Central Missouri Mules
- Attachment. SAC Mounties football players
- Athlete from Pomona, California
- Professional Bowl players were not listed
Latest information about Delanie Walker updated on June 14 2021.