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Heap agrees to two-year deal with Arizona

Todd Heap, one of the top offensive players in Ravens history, agreed to a two-year deal with the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.

Heap, 31, was released by the Ravens to create $4.6 million in salary cap room. According to a source, Heap went back to the Ravens to receive an offer from them but the team was unable to do so. The Ravens have little cap room after signing Vonta Leach, who is considered the top fullback in free agency.

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That means the Ravens will start Ed Dickson, a third-round pick in 2010 who had 11 catches for 152 yards and one touchdown.Heap is the Ravens' all-time leader in receiving touchdowns (41) and is second in receptions (467) and receiving yards (5,492).

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