The Baltimore Ravens offered a touching tribute to Tray Walker on the day of his funeral.
The former cornerback was laid to rest in his hometown of Miami Saturday afternoon, and the Ravens offered this post on their Twitter account that morning:
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Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti had chartered a plane to Florida to allow Walker's teammates and coaches to attend the service and pay their respects, WJZ reports.
Drafted in the fourth round in 2015 out of Texas Southern, the 23-year-old Walker died Mar. 18 after his motorbike collided with an SUV in Liberty City, Florida.
Walker had spent most of last season on special teams. His impact on the Ravens remains great:
Spending some time reflecting on my brother & teammate Tray Walker. Today is the day he will be laid to res... pic.twitter.com/OkS4UhFK3I— Justin Forsett (@JForsett) March 26, 2016
Tray boy love you always bruh! Rip main man #liveon— Breshad Perriman (@B_Perriman11) March 26, 2016