Here are statements from Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti, general manager Ozzie Newsome, and coach John Harbaugh on the death of 23-year-old cornerback Tray Walker.
Bisciotti – “We have two sons not too much older than Tray, and we can’t imagine how his family is suffering. This is so sad. The right words are hard to find at a time like this. As much as we can comfort Tray’s mom and the rest of his family, we will.”
Newsome – “Tray was one of the most humble people we brought for in for a pre-draft visit. That was striking. After we drafted him, he and his family were so excited to receive the call that he was about to become a Raven. It was one of the calls I will always remember. There was such joy for Tray and his family.”
Harbaugh – “Tray was a young man with a good and kind heart. He was humble and loved everything about being a part of the Ravens’ team. He loved his teammates, the practice and the preparation, and that showed every day. He was coachable, did his most to improve and worked to become the best. I’ll never forget that smile. He always seemed to be next to me doing the national anthem; then we would give each other a big hug. May he rest in the Peace of Jesus Christ forever.”