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Delanie Walker has spent 6+ seasons with the 49ers playing a variety of positions: WR, TE & fullback. The guy is an NFL survivor. A 6th round pick out of Central Missouri, this guy should be out of the league by now. Walker shouldn’t have been able to hang around this long. Then again, when you’re a “Mother******* beast” (his words) you stick around in the NFL.
At 28, Walker decided it was time to get this silverback gorilla tattoo on his back.
“Two more set down and ill be done with the beast(.)”
You might remember this summer when Redskins OL Trent Williams making headlines for his silverback gorilla back tattoo. Of course Walker’s is much more intimidating. You going to tap this guy on the back to ask him questions after a road loss to the Vikings?
No, you aren’t.
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Thanks to our friends at Black Sports Online we got a hold of this picture of 49ers tight end Delanie Walker and his gorilla tattoo.
I just can’t imagine how long it took to get that done. I’m cringing just looking at it (I’m scared of needles).
Posted by fantasyfurnace on September 28, 2012
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