Delanie Walker will not play Week 1; Other team notes

Sep 4, 2006 at 10:16 AM--


Kevin Lynch, of the San Francisco Chronicle, reports San Francisco 49ers TE Delanie Walker (shoulder) is OUT for the team's Week 1 game.

The team is looking to add free agent WR Cory Rodgers (Packers) to their practice squad.

DL Melvin Oliver has been moved into the starting lineup as part of the 4-3 front.

LB Parys Haralson (foot) returned to practice Sunday, Sept. 3, on a limited basis.

CB Shawntae Spencer (hamstring) returned to practice Sunday, Sept. 3, on a limited basis. Spencer vowed to play Week 1 and said, "I did individuals last week and other drills with our trainer and pool work and I wasn't swollen at all the next day. I don't see any reason that I'll be sore tomorrow. I'm going to play, whatever I have to do to play. I'm going to play. Whether I feel good or bad, I'm going to play to the best of my ability. This is the season now."

Practice squad members

OG Tavares Washington (49ers) to their practice squad.

FB Zak Keasey (49ers) to their practice squad.

LB Bobby Iwuchukwu (49ers) to their practice squad.

QB Gibran Hamdan (49ers) to their practice squad.

WR C.J. Brewer (49ers) to their practice squad.

Information from KFFL.com





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