One day after details of a bizarre court case involving former San Francisco 49ers offensive tackle Kwame Harris and an ex-boyfriend inadvertently outed the 2003 first-round pick, several current Niners who played with Harris said that knowing his sexuality probably wouldn't have made a difference in their locker room at the time. "I don't think so, not at all," tight end Delanie Walker, who played with Harris for two seasons, said. "It probably wouldn't affect me, but other guys might feel different." Walker said that Harris' orientation wasn't known to the team during his tenure in San Francisco from 2003 to 2007. "I wouldn't assume that anybody who's gay that played on the team," Walker said. "That's him. If that's what he's into, that's what he's into. I can't judge a person for how he feels. Things happen. He was a great player. I don't see him no differently."