TODD HEAP RUMORS & GOSSIP
Scrolling Craig's List can be fun.
There are missed connections to be browsed, haiku's to be discussed in the forums and collectibles to be sold.
So, after confirming I was not a missed connection, I skipped the haiku discussion forum and found myself clicking an advertisement selling a playbook with multiple NFL players:
(from Craig's List)
The Arizona Cardinals have released Todd Heap, bringing an end to the former All-Pro tight end's brief, injury-plagued time in the desert.
Heap appeared in just two games with Arizona this season, catching eight passes for 94 yards. Over the past two seasons with the Cardinals, Heap appeared in 12 games, catching 32 passes for 377 yards and one touchdown.
A first-round draft...
Via AP on Fox
December 04, 2012
TEMPE, Ariz. Todd Heap wont get a chance to write a final, storybookchapter to his football career in Arizona. The Cardinals released the injury-plagued local icon on Tuesday, ending his tenure with the Cardinals just shortof two seasons -- and well short of expectations.The Cards replaced Heap with tight end Kory Sperry, a former San DiegoCharger who was released at the end of training...
According to ProFootballWeekly.com, tight end Todd Heap likely won’t be back with the Arizona Cardinals next season.
“(Head coach Ken) Whisenhunt has been extremely frustrated with him,” a team insider said of Heap, who has been unable to get back on the field since suffering a knee injury in Week Two against the Patriots. That frustration was clearly apparent during a recent...
Arizona Cardinals tight end Todd Heap is listed as day-to-day with a sprained PCL in his left knee. Heap suffered the injury during Arizona's 20-18 upset victory over the New England Patriots last Sunday in Foxboro. Heap is dealing with soreness in the knee and is not sure presently if he will be able to play in Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. If Heap can...
Oft-injured Cardinals tight end Todd Heap left Thursday's game with an undisclosed injury, according to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic.Fantasy Spin:Though Heap still is talented, there are too many other options at the position who can stay on the field to still be playing Heap in fantasy lineups. He caught 24 balls for 283 yards last season in 10 games.
Arizona Cardinals tight end Todd Heap took a $1 million pay cut for the season, according to The SidelineView.com. Heap is at risk of losing his job to 2011 third round pick Rob Housler, with whom the Cardinals are reportedly impressed. NBC Sports' Pro Football Talk wrote that many veterans take pay cuts to increase their chances of staying with their respective teams. Heap...
TEMPE, Ariz. Todd Heap has heard every insult that dissatisfied fans can lob at him.
He's injury-prone. He's soft. He's too old.
His response is always the same: a wide smile and a patient, better-informed explanation.
"I've played through a lot of injuries. There are certain ones you can't play through," he said Wednesday. "If you look at...
Again proving just what a classy individual he is, Todd Heap took out a full page ad in today’s Baltimore Sun thanking Art Modell, Steve Bisciotti, and Baltimore Ravens fans for what he calls “so many wonderful memories.”
While Heap “hopes” to take the field Sunday, the tight end has been slowed with a hamstring injury. He will undoubtedly receive a warm welcome from the...
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Todd Heap has been looking forward to Arizona's game at Baltimore pretty much from the day he signed with the Cardinals.
Now that the game is this Sunday, the uncertainty of his health adds to his anticipation. The big tight end has missed the last two games because of a sore left hamstring, but is optimistic he can play against the team that, to his great surprise, released...
Via AP on Fox
October 27, 2011