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first_img D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ The second-leading receiver in Ravens’ history has beenbothered by a hamstring injury that has kept him out ofArizona’s last two games. Heap was limited in practice onWednesday and his status is still up in the air forSunday.“Taking it day to day right now,” Heap said. “I’m hopingthat I’ll be ready and one-hundred percent.”Heap also did his best to downplay his potentialhomecoming when he spoke with the media, but he did talkabout how he felt when his exodus from Baltimore actuallywent down.“It was something that obviously that hit me out of leftfield, and I didn’t see it coming,” he said. “I kind ofjust had to take it all in stride and anytime somethinglike that happens, you look forward and see what’s instore for you, and that’s kind of what I’ve done and I’vetried not to look back.”Even if Heap can’t go on Sunday, his experience in facingthe fierce Ravens’ defense in practice every day for tenyears has got to be valuable for a team trying to break a5-game losing streak.“I know what Ed [Reed] is capable of, I know what Ray[Lewis] is capable of. I know what Terrell Suggs iscapable of,” Heap said. “I’ve seen all the guys for somany years that you can still watch them and see howimpressive they are, to be doing what they’re doing.” Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Comments   Share   For Arizona Cardinal fans who tune into Sunday’s road gameagainst the Baltimore Ravens, there may be a littlefeeling of nostalgia.How can you blame them? It’ll be the first time thatAnquan Boldin, who spent his first seven years in theleague in Cardinal red, will play against his former team.But on the other side, it’ll be strange for Baltimorefaithful to see former Ravens Pro Bowl tight end Todd Heapon the field at M&T Bank Stadium wearing colors other thanblack and purple. That is, if Heap plays. What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Top Stories The Ravens host the Cardinals at 10:00 a.m. Sundaymorning. Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocationlast_img

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Dbacks president Derrick Hall Franchise still f