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Delaine walker.....

Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by blizzuntz:
There are a lot of very important structures that a upper jaw fracture can communicate with, including the eye socket and important cranial nerves. Sepsis of the fracture could cause life long complications including death.


So you're saying he could play in the playoff game if he has the jaw removed...










Good thing were playing the lambs
Originally posted by niners4lyfe:
He got transported to the hospital and his season is in doubt accordingly to Matt.

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Feel bad for Delanie and it was an unfortunate injury, I wish him well. But I hope we get to see Konrad Reuland vs. the Rams, its a good time to see what this kid has got.
This sucks! Love Walker, one of my favorite players. But I have lots of confidence in Peele. Great pickup to me. He is a solid smart vet. Delaine will be back I hope soon, wish him the best. What happened today is football :-) great game!! GO NINERS!! but man we need a WR in a bad way!!
Originally posted by blizzuntz:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by blizzuntz:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by Tman:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Can you wire a jaw shut and put a huge facemask on and a double chin strap and still play? It's the playoffs. Just sayin...

wire that s**t shut!! now we can call him D Lock

take the rams game off, we will have the bye and he will be back for our playoff game....s**t if boldin can come back in 3 games from getting his dome caved in for the regular season, he can do it for the playoffs

I guess it's a lot to ask. And there is certainly risk. But I'm just saying. Maybe you could put a huge facemask that comes a lot lower and a double chin strap to hold it on real good. I'm just guessing maybe it's possible. Maybe it's too risky and impossible. And I certainly wouldn't blame somebody if they couldn't play under that circumstance.

There are a lot of very important structures that a upper jaw fracture can communicate with, including the eye socket and important cranial nerves. Sepsis of the fracture could cause life long complications including death.


Ok so you are saying he can't....

Actually no, it is possible.

But right now I would be more concerned about his health considering how many complications can occur from this injury and surgery if indeed it is a serious fracture.

I believe Boldin had a similar injury against the Jets back in the day and returned (many weeks later)

Ouchies!
Originally posted by BrianGO:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by blizzuntz:
There are a lot of very important structures that a upper jaw fracture can communicate with, including the eye socket and important cranial nerves. Sepsis of the fracture could cause life long complications including death.


So you're saying he could play in the playoff game if he has the jaw removed...











Originally posted by blizzuntz:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by blizzuntz:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by Tman:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Can you wire a jaw shut and put a huge facemask on and a double chin strap and still play? It's the playoffs. Just sayin...

wire that s**t shut!! now we can call him D Lock

take the rams game off, we will have the bye and he will be back for our playoff game....s**t if boldin can come back in 3 games from getting his dome caved in for the regular season, he can do it for the playoffs

I guess it's a lot to ask. And there is certainly risk. But I'm just saying. Maybe you could put a huge facemask that comes a lot lower and a double chin strap to hold it on real good. I'm just guessing maybe it's possible. Maybe it's too risky and impossible. And I certainly wouldn't blame somebody if they couldn't play under that circumstance.

There are a lot of very important structures that a upper jaw fracture can communicate with, including the eye socket and important cranial nerves. Sepsis of the fracture could cause life long complications including death.


Ok so you are saying he can't....

Actually no, it is possible.

But right now I would be more concerned about his health considering how many complications can occur from this injury and surgery if indeed it is a serious fracture.

I believe Boldin had a similar injury against the Jets back in the day and returned (many weeks later)

So if Boldin did it why can't Delanie?.... You are the expert in the field. Explain it.
Originally posted by Godsleftsock:
Originally posted by niner4life21:
walker hasn't done s**t since his game winning TD in Detroit...

He does so much more for us than just catching
Delanie is a beast on Special Teams, a key blocker for the offense and occasionally makes decent catches.....
If he can't played he will be missed.......... next man up.............
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by blizzuntz:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by blizzuntz:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by Tman:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Can you wire a jaw shut and put a huge facemask on and a double chin strap and still play? It's the playoffs. Just sayin...

wire that s**t shut!! now we can call him D Lock

take the rams game off, we will have the bye and he will be back for our playoff game....s**t if boldin can come back in 3 games from getting his dome caved in for the regular season, he can do it for the playoffs

I guess it's a lot to ask. And there is certainly risk. But I'm just saying. Maybe you could put a huge facemask that comes a lot lower and a double chin strap to hold it on real good. I'm just guessing maybe it's possible. Maybe it's too risky and impossible. And I certainly wouldn't blame somebody if they couldn't play under that circumstance.

There are a lot of very important structures that a upper jaw fracture can communicate with, including the eye socket and important cranial nerves. Sepsis of the fracture could cause life long complications including death.


Ok so you are saying he can't....

Actually no, it is possible.

But right now I would be more concerned about his health considering how many complications can occur from this injury and surgery if indeed it is a serious fracture.

I believe Boldin had a similar injury against the Jets back in the day and returned (many weeks later)

So if Boldin did it why can't Delanie?.... You are the expert in the field. Explain it.

Think of it this way, are all bullets to the head the same? Do some people survive but most don't?

Are all accidents involving the same type of car have different outcomes as far as injuries sustained by humans?

If you throw the same baseball through 2 identical windows do the cracks go in the same exact direction?

So if a bone fractures and involves the eye socket or some other important communicating structure wouldn't you think it is more serious? If the fracture only involves one bone and a few teeth, probably less serious.

Then there are Lefort I,II,III...... I could go on for 6 years about this subject but it would cost you $200,000

I hope this is lay terminology for you
well, he will sit out the Rams game, and probably the first round bye, but I dont know if 2 weeks is enough time to heal up for the playoffs ......this sucks

Do we still have Konrad Rueland on the practice squad ?
Originally posted by NeeJ49er:
well, he will sit out the Rams game, and probably the first round bye, but I dont know if 2 weeks is enough time to heal up for the playoffs ......this sucks

Do we still have Konrad Rueland on the practice squad ?

i think so

although he is undersized he is a beast at catching the ball though i think he can be a good RZ target to fill in for walker
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
i think so

although he is undersized he is a beast at catching the ball though i think he can be a good RZ target to fill in for walker

I liked what I saw from him in pre-season, he has great hands , but Walker is a good blocker

If Rueland can block, he should be thrown into the mix next sunday
can we have anthony dixon run some of the routes tha we used for walker? they are about the same size, but i don't know about dixons hands nd his route skills. i'm sure peele will step in ad all.....but i think this would be a goodtime to get dixon on the field. (i'm not talkin about lining up dixon at te
ive had mine broken twice in 2 different locations. ITs a b***h and more than painful. Depending on the severity of the break, fracture, etc more than likely its wired shut. You cant eat solid foods for 6-8 weeks minimum. Its liquids only. Good to know he has the chance to cleanse out the toxins in his body and get a 6 pack because hes likely to lose about 20 pounds, at least. BYE BYE this year. See you in late spring at mini camp.