Found January 18, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
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San Francisco 49ers tight end Delanie Walker is optimistic that he’ll be healthy enough to play in this Sunday’s NFC Championship game against the Giants. He wrote on his Twitter page that he’s ready for Sunday. “Just got a lil workout in I’m so ready to pad up on Sunday,”  Tweeted Walker. Walker suffered a Broken jaw back on December 24th and was re-evaluated on Monday,  but right now there’s no word yet on is status for Sunday. We’ll find out more about Walker’s status today when the 49ers hit the practice field.
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