Panthers sign Walker

The Panthers went out and got their defensive tackle on Monday, signing South Carolina native Darwin Walker.
April 28, 2008

Miller Cut; Walker's Option Denied

The Chicago Bears got the ball rolling Monday with the release of Muhsin Muhammad, and they kept it going by cutting Fred Miller and refusing to pick up Darwin Walker's option. The organization saved a lot of money against the 2008 salary cap, although there could be some ramifications down the road.
February 19, 2008

Position Preview: Defensive Line

The Chicago Bears were awfully pedestrian on defense this past season, and injuries appear to be the main culprit. In particular, the tackle position was a M*A*S*H unit. Is it time for a makeover in the trenches? Bear Report takes a look back at 2007 and previews 2008 for the D-line.
February 13, 2008

Mobile Matters: Depth at D-Tackle

The Chicago Bears were shredded at defensive tackle this past year, so it's time to look for more bodies behind Tommie Harris and Dusty Dvoracek. Team officials have shown a lot of interest in one particular DT prospect at the Senior Bowl. But who? Bear Report has the latest scoop from Mobile.
January 23, 2008

Scout Analysis: DT Darwin Walker

Perhaps the biggest question for the Bears coming into training camp was depth at the defensive tackle position. Tank Johnson was a good player despite all his personal problems, but GM Jerry Angelo struck a deal on Sunday for an even better player: Darwin Walker. Eagles expert Chuck Hixson stops by with his insider analysis on the newest Midway Monster.
July 30, 2007

BearReport Audio: Brick Haley

It wasn't even his birthday, but new defensive line coach Brick Haley got a present on Sunday when the Bears traded for Darwin Walker. The veteran tackle could end up being the starter next to Tommie Harris, but what does this say about Dusty Dvoracek? Haley spent some time with after Sunday's training camp practice, and subscribers can listen to that interview right here.
July 29, 2007

Bears Get Darwin Walker from Bills

It was assumed that second-year pro Dusty Dvoracek would be handed the starting job at defensive tackle vacated by the release of Tank Johnson, but that may not be the case anymore. Veteran Darwin Walker, who had recently been traded from the Eagles to the Bills but threatened not to report to Buffalo, was dealt to the Bears on Sunday for an undisclosed draft pick.
July 29, 2007