is a 3x Pro Bowl tight end for the Tennessee Titans. Walker spent the first 7 years of his career with the San Francisco 49ers, winning the NFC Championship in 2012. During the 2015 season, he shattered all Titans records for a tight end, including 1,088 yards receiving. In 2018, Walker was named 2018 AFC Offensive Pro Bowl MVP, after doing what he had what he had done for the Titans all season, deliver in clutch situations and catch game-winning touchdowns. Walker was named the 2013 and 2015 Tennessee Titans Community Man of the Year, due in large part to his tireless work with Mothers Against Drunk Driving. He teamed with MADD to help raise awareness of the dangers of drinking and driving after losing his aunt and uncle in a horrific accident near New Orleans after Super Bowl XLVII. He is also the founder of the The Delanie Walker Gives Back Foundation Walker was founded to provide inner-city and low-income children with the educational opportunities and resources to reach their full potential and beat the odds. The major community outreach programs of Delanie Walker Gives Back include Back to School COOL, free dental visits for low income children and an annual free football camp for kids 8-14 in Pomona.