The Philadelphia Eagles mourn the passing of Ravens cornerback Tray Walker. Walker, 23, was involved in a motorcycle accident on Thursday night in Florida. He was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami before passing away on Friday evening. The Eagles extend their deepest condolences to Walker's family and the Baltimore Ravens. Walker will be greatly missed by the entire NFL community.
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