Baltimore Ravens cornerback Tray Walker, who was killed in a bike accident in Florida earlier this month, was laid to rest on Saturday.
Walker, who was riding a dirt bike and struck an SUV on March 17, was a fourth-round pick of the team out of Texas Southern University. Reports indicate that Walker was riding the dirt bike with no lights or helmet. He was pulled off life support the next day at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Multiple players and coaches were in attendance for the funeral held in Florida, including head coach John Harbaugh, who eulogized the crowd and had nothing but positive things to say about Walker.
“The thing I loved the most about this guy, this young man, was that Tray Walker smile,” Harbaugh said. “That smile could light up a room.”
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) March 26, 2016