The Ravens are inducting retired tight end Todd Heap into their Ring of Honor this fall, the team announced.
Heap joins middle linebacker Ray Lewis, Pro Football Hall of Fame offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden, outside linebacker Peter Boulware, kicker Matt Stover, running back Jamal Lewis, defensive end Michael McCrary, running back Earnest Byner, eight former Baltimore Colts and the late owner Art Modell.
A 2001 first-round draft pick from Arizona State, Heap played for the Ravens for a decade before being released prior to the 2011 season. He played two seasons for the Arizona Cardinals after leaving the Ravens.
A two-time Pro Bowl selection, Heap caught 467 passes for 5,492 yards and 41 touchdowns for the Ravens. In a dozen NFL seasons, Heap caught 499 passes for 5,869 yards and 42 touchdowns.
Heap leads the franchise in all-time touchdown catches, ranking second to former Ravens wide receiver Derrick Mason for catches and receiving yards.
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