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Harbaugh personally thanks Heap

Ravens coach John Harbaugh delivered a warm send-off to tight end Todd Heap, the franchise's second all-time leading receiver and one of the most beloved players in team history.

"I wish Todd nothing but the best," Harbaugh said. "I have the greatest respect for Todd. I really like him personally. I think we had three great years here. Todd was a huge part of what we've done. We appreciate everything he ever for his whole career. I know the fans feel that. On behalf of the fans Todd, thank you for what you did all those years here."

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Heap signed a two-year contract worth about $6 million with the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. It represents a homecoming for Heap, who played at Arizona State.

"It worked out well for him financially and he's home in a sense because his family is out there," Harbaugh said. "So, there are some pluses for Todd."

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