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We’ve done the stories covering the passing of the Raven’s cornerback, Tray Walker’s tragic and unexpected passing with the dirt bike that he was riding in the dark.
And we reported that the team’s owner, Steve Bisciotti, chartered a plane for the entire team to fly to Florida to attend the funeral, saying on Friday, “We have two sons not too much older than Tray, and we can’t imagine how much 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.”

The latest shows us how Tray’s family wanted to pay tribute to him in only the way Tray would love it.
The family contacted the custom casket maker, Trey Ganem  and they ordered a casket that had the interior lined with Louis Vuitton, Tray’s picture and name inside, his jersey number, the Ravens team colors and a Ravens’ logo helmet top of the casket.
The family gave the casket makers permission to talk to TMZ and they told them that the custom casket cost them $16k.
All that matters is that the casket was something that Tray would have LOVED.