FILE – In this Aug. 4, 2011 file photo, Arizona Cardinals’ Todd Heap warms up at NFL football training camp in Flagstaff, Ariz. Police say Heap was behind the wheel of the truck when he accidentally struck his 3-year-daughter while moving the vehicle forward outside their home in Mesa Friday, April 14, 2017. Officials said the girl was taken to a hospital where she was pronounced dead. Mesa police said impairment was not a factor. (AP Photo/Matt York) Prayers go out to Todd Heap and his family! Very sad situation— Antoine Bethea (@ABethea41) April 15, 2017 Cannot stop thinking of Todd Heap & his family. It’s pain that is literally unimaginable; the mind doesn’t even let you go there. 🙏 🙏 🙏— Mark Dalton (@CardsMarkD) April 15, 2017 Prayers for Todd heap and his family.. can’t imagine— Tyrann Mathieu (@Mathieu_Era) April 15, 2017 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo I can only imagine how heart broken this father is. Prayers towards Todd Heap and his family 🙏🏽— cameron jordan (@camjordan94) April 15, 2017 The NFL community reached out to former Arizona Cardinals and Baltimore Ravens tight end Todd Heap on social media after he accidentally hit and killed his 3-year-old daughter behind the wheel of his truck Friday. Absolutely gutted for Todd Heap and his family. Thoughts are with them in this incredibly tough time.— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) April 15, 2017 Top Stories Heavenly Father please be with the Heap family……….— Eric Weddle (@weddlesbeard) April 15, 2017 Prayers for Todd Heap & Family 🙏🏾— Tyrod Taylor (@TyrodTaylor) April 15, 2017 Team statement on the Heap tragedy. pic.twitter.com/cRx3nVFvOc— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) April 15, 2017 — Bruce Arians (@BruceArians) April 15, 2017 Statement from the Baltimore Ravens organization: pic.twitter.com/P6arCBU7mP— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) April 15, 2017The 37-year-old Heap played 12 seasons in the NFL, spending his last two seasons with the Cardinals after 10 with the Ravens. Heap had 32 receptions for 377 yards and one touchdown in Arizona. He was a standout at Arizona State University, breaking the record at the school for most receptions by a tight end at 115. He was drafted in the first round at No. 31 overall by the Ravens in 2001. Heap was a two-time Pro Bowler and made the All-Pro team in 2003. 6 Comments Share Praying for the Heap family during this tragic time. May God bring them strength 😔☝️💔— Ottis OJ Anderson (@OJAnderson24) April 15, 2017 Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Praying for Todd Heap and his family. It could happen to anybody, and I can’t imagine the grief.— Chad Greenway (@chadgreenway52) April 15, 2017https://twitter.com/TorreySmithWR/status/853201553083314176 Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires I am saddened to hear of the tragic news surrounding the Heap family. My thoughts and prayers are with them in this difficult time.