Jaguars Sign TE Stephen Spach, OL Herb Taylor

The Jacksonville Jaguars announced a series of roster moves on Tuesday afternoon, signing tight end Stephen Spach and offensive lineman Herb Taylor.

Jacksonville will be Spach's third team he's suited up for in his professional career. In 2005, Spach was a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, appearing in 13 games. Spach did not appear in any games in 2006, and signed with the New England Patriots in 2007, and was a member of New England's record-setting 16-0 team that went on to lose the Super Bowl. Spach appeared in two games with New England in 2008, and latched on with the Arizona Cardinals between 2008-2010. Spach appeared in 10 games with the St. Louis Rams last year.

For his career, Spach has just 22 receptions.

Taylor was a sixth-round draft choice by the Kansas City Chiefs in 2007, and spent two seasons with Kansas City. Taylor has also spent time with the Denver Broncos, New York Giants and Green Bay Packers, though he never appeared in a regular-season contest for any of those teams.

In corresponding moves, tight end Colin Cloherty and wide receiver Brian Robiskie were waived.

For the latest on the Jaguars, check out Big Cat Country.

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