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Injury Report
Preseason - Questionable - Back
Week 1 - Probable - knee
Week 2 - Probable - back
Week 3 - Probable - Wrist
Week 9 - Probable - Neck
Week 13 - Probable - Illness
Week 18 - Questionable - Back
Week 19 - Questionable - Back
Week 20 - Probable - Back
Week 21 - Questionable - Back

2008 Draft Central
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Draft Analysis
Round 9, Pick 9
Big target who has been around a long time. Good red zone option.
Never on the field enough, lack of big play ability and never been a big yardage guy. QB situation in BAL unsettled.
Draft Strategy
I didn't like the options at RB and WR here in the 9th round, and the back up QB's I was looking at should be there in the 1-12 rd range so I though I could wait. I didn't think Heap would make it back to me in round 10. I feel I will need a back up TE with this pick as I doubt Heap will be available all 16 games this year. (Contributed by: kuhnmd1528)

Round 11, Pick 2
Heap has done well before and his upside from this round in the draft is tremendous.
Heap has been injury prone and it's always a struggle for the Ravens passing offense to put up good fantasy numbers.
Draft Strategy
I have Heap rated as the #8 TE, the value here in the 11th round is exceptional. I believe this year the TEs 8-12 are a very good value late in the draft, so it's worth passing on the top guys while bulking up at other positions. (Contributed by: doug_coutts)