Harbaugh’s Letter to the Team Re: Walker (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Ravens Press Releases Harbaugh’s Letter to the Team Re: Walker

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Last night, CB Tray Walker was in a serious dirtbike accident. He is now in critical condition in his hometown of Miami.

Today, Coach John Harbaugh shared a letter to his team giving them a list of things to remember as they deal with this difficult time.

Here is an excerpt:

An Open Letter to Our Team

Men,

Right now, this moment is an incredibly difficult time for our Team and our Family. One of our Brothers, Tray Walker, is fighting for his life. I know we are showering him with, and covering he and his family, with Prayer and hope.

That was the kind of phone call you never want get as a coach, as a parent, as a brother, as a friend. This shook me and all of us. Like some of you, I haven’t been able to rest since hearing the news late last night.

As I focused about Tray this morning, some thoughts came to mind that I wanted to share. What would I say to my own son, if I had a son, in a situation like this? You guys are that important to me.

This is what I would be saying to you in the team meeting room if we were together today: There is a lot going on out there and you are going to be involved in tough and difficult situations. You are making and will continue to make important choices pretty much every day. That’s okay.  That’s our reality. It can even be very good to be put in different circumstances. To make it right, you are going to have to grow up fast. Probably faster than many of your friends and family.

Please remember to…

Lead in your home…

Please consider your actions and choices

Be your own best friend…

Get to know those people in your life who manage to walk free

For the full letter, visit the Ravens’ website.

We’ll keep praying for you, Tray.

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