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Veteran tight end Todd Heap viewed it as a dream come true to return to the area where he played his college football at the twilight of his career. It’s unfortunate according to the Arizona Cardinals website, this was not a dream deferred, it was a dream deflated.  Please Click Here To Read This Story
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