• Cardinals cut Todd Heap

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Dec 4, 2012
    Todd Heap’s time in Arizona is done. Cut by the Ravens after a decade in Baltimore, Heap signed a two-year contract with the Cardinals last year. The Arizona Cardinals cut ties with injury-plagued former Ravens Pro Bowl tight end Todd Heap today, ending his two-year tenure with his hometown team. The Cardinals cut Heap to make room for former San Diego Chargers tight end Kory Sperry. Todd Heap 's release from the Arizona Cardinals , announced by the team Tuesday, ends what appeared to be a strained relationship Might another NFC West team have interest? Zach Miller is entrenched as the Seattle Seahawks ' starter, but the Seahawks hoped to pair him with John Carlson until Carlson signed with Minnesota in free agency. But he’s been a disappointment in Arizona since signing a two-year contract with the Cardinals before the 2011 season. Rather than pay him a $4.5 million salary last season, the Ravens elected to go with younger tight ends Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta.
    • A few thoughts as Cards cut ties with Heap

      Todd Heap's release from the Arizona Cardinals, announced by the team Tuesday, ends what appeared to be a strained relationship. Might another NFC West team have interest? Zach Miller is entrenched as the Seattle Seahawks' starter, but the Seahawks hope…
      Source: ESPN.com

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