Delanie Walker

Delanie Walker Fantasy

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Height / Weight
6'1" / 242 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
August 12, 1984 (36)
Experience
15th Season
Drafted
2006 / Rd. 6 / Pk. 175 (SF)
College
Central Missouri

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Delanie Walker News

Colts, Packers, Redskins Interested In Delanie Walker

The Indianapolis Colts, Green Bay Packers and Washington Redskins have shown interest in free-agent tight end Delanie Walker, according to a source. Walker was released by the Titans recently after spending the last seven seasons of his career in Tennessee. His market might not move very fast considering he's 35 years old and has played in just eight games the last two season (only one in 2018) due to injury, but Walker remained productive into his 30s when he was on the field for the Titans. Depending on where he lands, Walker could have low-end TE1 appeal. The Colts already have Jack Doyle, so they would probably be the worst fit from a fantasy perspective of these three teams. The Packers and Redskins have more of a glaring need at the position.

Mar. 18th • 1:53 PM
Titans Release Delanie Walker

The Tennessee Titans released tight end Delanie Walker on Friday. This doesn't come as a huge surprise, as the 35-year-old has played in a combined eight games the last two seasons for the Titans due to injuries. The three-time Pro Bowler could still offer something to an organization, but it remains to be seen if he'll continue his playing career. With Walker out of the picture in Tennessee, Jonnu Smith is now the unquestioned top pass-catching tight end, which will give him some modest TE1 appeal going into 2020. The Titans continue to shed the fat in order to give them more salary cap space so that they can re-sign both quarterback Ryan Tannehill and running back Derrick Henry.

Mar. 13th • 2:56 PM
Delanie Walker Could Be Salary Cap Casualty

Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker could be a salary cap casualty this offseason. Walker, who will be 36 in 2020, has played in just eight games the last two seasons due to injuries for Tennessee and has just 25 receptions for 267 yards and two touchdowns in that span, could be nearing the end of his time in Nashville. Walker has spent the last seven seasons of his career with the Titans and has one 1,000-yard season and many productive years as one of their top pass-catchers. However, with Jonnu Smith emerging behind him the last two years as a legitimate receiver at the position, the Titans could find it attractive to cut Walker and clear $6.4 million more in salary cap space. If healthy, Walker could still be productive, but it'll depend on where he ends up in 2020. If he stays in Tennessee, he could start losing valuable snaps to Smith.

Jan. 31st • 9:55 PM

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