Walker joined the Kansas City Chiefs for the 1994 NFL season.
In four seasons with the Chiefs from 1994 to 1997, Walker appeared in 58 games, 28 as a starter, and caught 75 passes for 720 yards and four touchdowns.
The coverage he led brought the station a Peabody Award. His most recent Murrow Award was the 2012 award for writing.
He currently anchors the primary newscasts for WDIV-TV, the NBC affiliate in Detroit. In 2009, his documentary on the search for the automotive fuel of the future, "Fuel's Gold," won for Best Documentary.
London police released video that appears to show a jogger pushing a woman in front of an approaching bus.
His most recent book is Memoirs of a Parrot illustrated by Tim Bowers, published by Sleeping Bear Press in 2016. "One Kansas Farmer," illustrated by Doug Bowles, was released in 2009.
She spoke about some of the higher standards WDIV upholds in reporting and the unmatched years of experience presented during the 5 p.m. (Carmen Harlan, Devin Scillian, Bernie Smilovitz and Chuck Gaidica combined makes for Detroit's most veteran team of anchors during any timeslot.) But who knew that forcing comedy from a silly video was also part of the station's priorities?
Derrick Norval Walker (born June 23, 1967) is a former American football player.
In nine NFL seasons, Walker appeared in 129 regular season games and caught 180 passes for 1,770 yard and nine touchdowns.
He also appeared in five playoff games and 10 passes for 127 yards and a touchdown.