Snyder to start; Walker may see action

Oct 7, 2006 at 11:20 AM--

Dennis Georgatos, of MediaNews, reports San Francisco 49ers OG Adam Snyder will start at left guard Week 5 in place of injured OG Larry Allen (knee).

TE Delanie Walker is expected to see action as a receiver, in addition to special teams Week 5.

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