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A quick delve into the tight ends that have served the Baltimore Ravens

Many pass-catchers have come and gone from the Baltimore Ravens organization. Some notable names are Todd Heap and Shannon Sharpe. The Ravens have had a significant amount of spectacular tight ends in a small tenure as a franchise, but what are they doing now? Lets take a look. For starters, the great Todd Heap. The amazing pass-catcher out of Arizona State University is the Ravens...
Via cover32 - Ravens
February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Top 5 worst tight ends the Baltimore Ravens have ever drafted

To continue to bring you our “off”season long look into Baltimore Ravens history, we present you today with the Top 5 list of worst tight ends drafted. Now granted, this was a short list to pick from as our most in the Ravens brief history, but never-the-less some stinkers were out there. It’s important to remember them as well considering the 2014 NFL Draft draws nearer and...
Via cover32 - Ravens
February 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Is Billy Bajema the best tight end the Baltimore Ravens have ever drafted?

No…but only because he wasn’t drafted by the Ravens. Alright that’s laughable as well. Bajema’s only true connection with the best tight end draft pick is the fact he wore 86 for Baltimore. As with most Super Bowl winners, the Baltimore Ravens offseason in 2001 saw them lose a number of key players from their team. Left and right, other NFL franchises picked away at the...
Via cover32 - Ravens
February 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Falcons hire former Ravens tight ends coach Wade Harman

Former Ravens tight ends coach Wade Harman has joined the Atlanta Falcons' coaching staff, Harman confirmed to The Baltimore Sun. Harman is the Falcons' new assistant offensive line coach after being replaced by former Houston Texans assistant Brian Pariani as the Ravens' new tight ends coach. Harman was the Ravens' longest-tenured coach, spending 15 years with the...
Via Pro Sports Daily
February 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Heap, Bloomquist among ASU Hall of Fame inductees

Arizona State this week announced its 2013 class of inductees to the school's Sports Hall of Fame, a group that includes former football standouts Todd Heap and J.R. Redmond and current Arizona Diamondbacks infielder Willie Bloomquist. The class includes seven former Sun Devils and will be inducted on Oct. 12 at halftime of ASU's football game against Colorado. The seven...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
August 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Severe NFL injuries escalating

Sure didn't take long for some significant injuries at NFL training camps - Philadelphia Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin, Baltimore Ravens tight end Todd Heap, Denver Broncos center Dan Koppen, to name only three. Immediately, some theories developed: Too much offseason work. Not enough. New labor-contract rules limiting padded practices to one per day, while generally seen as...
Via Fox Sports
July 31, 2013  |  Discuss

The idea of Todd Heap as a NFL Hall of Fame player is painful, like a giraffe with a sore throat.

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) Flacco/Anquan...
Via The Show Speak
January 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Mind-blowingly awful week for Cardinals

TEMPE, Ariz. There are weeks to remember, weeks to forget and weeks when you consider a full frontal lobotomy. Yeah. The latter was the Cardinals week. Lets review while stretching the definition of week in a Beatles, eight-days-a-week kind of way. On Dec. 2, following a mind-numbing (we do like to stay consistent with our themes) 7-6 loss to the Jets, defensive tackle Darnell...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
December 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Todd Heap cut by Cardinals

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December 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Cardinals release Heap, sign Sperry

Arizona tight end Todd Heap, whose signing two years ago was seen as a homecoming for the Pro Bowl player, was cut by the Cardinals on Tuesday. In his place, the Cardinals signed free-agent tight end Kory Sperry, who was with the San Diego Chargers before he was cut in September. Heap, who went to Mesa (Ariz.) Mountain View High School and Arizona State University, played 10...
Via Pro Sports Daily
December 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals release TE Todd Heap

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  |  Discuss

Heap's homecoming ends on sour note

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...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
December 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals cut Todd Heap

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
Via Players View
December 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Todd Heap Waived by Cardinals

Cardinals tight end Todd Heap has been waived.Fantasy Spin:Heap had not played since Week 2 and hasn't been fantasy relevant since 2006 when he was with Baltimore.
Via Fantasy Football Champs
December 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Cardinals Release TE Todd Heap

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Arizona Cardinals have released TE Todd Heap. Heap, 32, has been inactive for 10 straight games, despite the fact that he’s no longer dealing with issues related to a previous knee injury that he suffered. Heap apparently hasn’t been able to practice at full speed, which is why the team had held him out of game-action. It’s hard to imagine...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
December 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Cardinals release Todd Heap

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Arizona Cardinals have released tight end Todd Heap. Cardinals released veteran TE Todd Heap. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 4, 2012 This is not a surprise at all.  There were rumors floating around that this might happen because of how unhappy Cardinals head coach Ken Wisenhunt was with how Heap couldn’t stay healthy.   ...
Via Pro Football Zone
December 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Injuries, innuendo tarnish Heap's Arizona stay

TEMPE, Ariz. This wasnt the way it was supposed to end. Not for a local legend. Not for Todd Heap. When the Cards signed him to a two-year deal in July of 2011, it was thought that Heap would provide a safety blanket for newly acquired quarterback Kevin Kolb, who loved to throw to tight end Brent Celek in Philadelphia and needed time to learn the intricacies of the offense. Heap...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
November 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Report: Todd Heap likely done in Arizona after this season

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...
Via Pro Football Zone
November 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Tight end Coyle closing in on ASU records

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Arizona State tight end Chris Coyle feels honored to even be mentioned in the same breath as former Sun Devil tight ends Zach Miller and Todd Heap, whose images adorn the walls of the tight end group's meeting room. But as Coyle closes in on ASU's all-time tight end records, he wants to surpass the two most prolific tight ends in program history. "It...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
November 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Tight end Coyle closing in on ASU records

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Arizona State tight end Chris Coyle feels honored to even be mentioned in the same breath as former Sun Devil tight ends Zach Miller and Todd Heap, whose images adorn the walls of the tight end group's meeting room. But as Coyle closes in on ASU's all-time tight end records, he wants to surpass the two most prolific tight ends in program history. "It...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
November 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Cards notebook: Injuries raise fairness issue

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Much of the NFL medias attention Monday was focused on concussions after San Francisco quarterback Alex Smith, Chicago QB Jay Cutler and Philadelphia QB Michael Vick were all knocked out of action with such injuries. The NFL insists it is doing all it can to decrease the chances of such injuries occurring, but when they occur on an illegal hit -- as was likely the...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
November 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Snyder, Toler, Heap inactive for Cardinals

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- The Cardinals will be without starting right guard Adam Snyder and cornerback Greg Toler for Monday night's game against the 49ers. Snyder sustained a quadriceps injury in the team's 21-14 loss at Minnesota eight days ago and was inactive after being listed as questionable Saturday. Rich Ohrnberger replaced him in the starting lineup. Toler missed...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
October 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Todd Heap Inactive

Tight end Todd Heap is inactive for Monday Night Football vs. San Francisco. Fantasy Spin: Rob Housler shall make another start in Heaps absence, but is nothing more than a low-end No. 2 fantasy tight end. Also of note, defensive lineman Darnell Dockett is active for Arizona.
Via Fantasy Football Champs
October 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson fined $21,000

Arizona Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson has been fined $21,000 by the NFL for an illegal block on the Minnesota's John Carlson last Sunday in the Red Birds' 21-14 loss to the Vikings. Carlson missed last night's game against Tampa Bay with concussion-like symptoms that appeared to stem from Johnson's block during a punt. Johnson is a four-year veteran and an Alabama...
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October 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Fantasy Strategy: Trading For The Future

Fantasy Trade For The Future For those of you with strong fantasy teams with winning records, now is not the time to rest on your early season success. With just a couple more wins, your playoff position should be well secured, and rather than sitting back you may want to start thinking playoffs and more specifically playoff match-ups. It’s never too early to trade for the future...
Via Gridiron Experts
October 22, 2012  |  Discuss

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