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Stephen Spach | Tight End | #83

Team: Unsigned Free Agent
Age / DOB:  (33) / 7/18/1982
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 260
College: Fresno State
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Jaguars released TE Stephen Spach.
Spach, a blocking specialist, lasts just one week on the roster. The Lions are giving Maurice Stovall a chance instead. Wed, Sep 19, 2012 10:38:00 AM

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Jaguars signed TE Stephen Spach and OT Herb Taylor.

Spach is a blocking specialist and will play behind Marcedes Lewis and Zach Potter if active on game days. He was with the Rams in 2011. Taylor was with the Packers this summer.
Mon, Sep 10, 2012 09:00:00 PM

Rams TE Stephen Spach sustained a concussion in Monday night's game.

The third stringer and blocking specialist will have to go through the NFL's testing protocol before gaining clearance for a return.
Tue, Dec 13, 2011 03:45:00 PM

Rams signed TE Stephen Spach.

With Michael Hoomanawanui (calf) healing slowly, the Rams have been scouring the wire for tight end help. Spach brings starting experience as a blocker behind rookie talent Lance Kendricks. The Rams released TE/FB Ben Guidugli in a corresponding move.
Mon, Sep 5, 2011 12:24:00 PM

Cardinals released TE Stephen Spach.

Spach started 22 games for the Cardinals over the past three years, but was no longer needed after the team upgraded to Todd Heap, Rob Housler, and Jeff King at tight end.
Sun, Sep 4, 2011 05:54:00 PM

Cardinals re-signed TE Stephen Spach, FB Reagan Maui'a, and OT D'Anthony Batiste.

Spach returns as Arizona's likely third-string tight end behind Jeff King and Rob Housler. Maui'a will have his work cut out to make the team, competing with promising rookie lead blocker Anthony Sherman. Batiste finished last season on the roster after signing in October. He's a fourth tackle at best.
Fri, Jul 29, 2011 07:13:00 PM

Cardinals TE Stephen Spach did not play in the season finale after tearing his left calf muscle in pregame warmups.

Spach, a solid blocker and special teamer, is an impending free agent. He should be fully healed well before minicamp season.
Mon, Jan 3, 2011 12:49:00 PM

Cardinals re-signed TE Stephen Spach to a one-year contract.

Spach has 13 receptions in four pro seasons. The 28-year-old (in July) offers no upside, but Arizona values his blocking and special teams ability.
Wed, Mar 10, 2010 06:24:00 PM

Cardinals TE Stephen Spach (knee) has been ruled out for Week 13.

Spach recently aggravated the knee that underwent ACL and MCL surgery last January. Ben Patrick will continue to be the team's primary tight end until Spach returns.
Fri, Dec 4, 2009 09:00:00 AM

Cardinals TE Stephen Spach is out indefinitely with an ankle injury.

We're guessing it's of the "high" variety because Spach was on crutches after Sunday's win. He has just three catches for 16 yards on the season.
Sun, Oct 11, 2009 11:06:00 PM

Cardinals TE Stephen Spach (ACL, MCL surgery) has been cleared to practice for training camp.

Spach will battle Leonard Pope and Anthony Becht for snaps this August. The Cards boast arguably the least productive tight end situation in the NFC.
Wed, Jul 29, 2009 09:50:00 PM

Cardinals TE Stephen Spach (ACL, MCL surgery) is considered questionable for the start of the season.

Spach is running pass patterns now, but he's not ready for full contact. With Ben Patrick out the first four games, former Rams third-rounder Dominique Byrd could make the team as the third tight end behind Leonard Pope and Anthony Becht.
Fri, Jul 24, 2009 02:07:00 PM

Cardinals TE Stephen Spach (ACL, MCL surgery) expects to be ready for training camp.

We'll see. Spach didn't have the surgery until late January, and he tore the ACL, MCL and meniscus in his knee. Even if returns in time, the tight end will not have fantasy value.
Mon, May 4, 2009 09:51:00 AM

Cardinals TE Stephen Spach tore more than just his ACL last week, also tearing his MCL and his meniscus.

He will undergo surgery in Alabama Thursday with Dr. James Andrews. If all goes well, the rehab should take about six months, which would have him back for the start of training camp. But that's an extremely optimistic scenario.
Sat, Jan 17, 2009 08:59:00 AM

An MRI revealed that TE Stephen Spach tore his right ACL in the Cardinals' Divisional Round win at Carolina. He is lost for the postseason.

Spach had risen past oft-injured Leonard Pope and Ben Patrick on the depth chart in recent weeks. His loss is a blow to Arizona's outside run blocking.
Mon, Jan 12, 2009 03:58:00 PM

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9Christian Ponder
10Tim Tebow
11Brad Sorensen
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13Pat Devlin
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15R.J. Archer
16Cody Fajardo
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22Dylan Thompson
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2Joseph Randle
3Zurlon Tipton
4Toby Gerhart
5Alonzo Harris
6LaMichael James
7Joique Bell
8Antone Smith
9Anthony Dixon
10Josh Harris
11Ross Scheuerman
12Kenneth Harper
13Jawon Chisholm
14Brandon Ross
15Jerome Smith
16Rajion Neal
17Michael Dyer
18Jeremy Stewart
19Keshawn Hill
20Lache Seastrunk
21LaVance Taylor
22Kevin Monangai
GLB1Joique Bell
2Toby Gerhart
3RB1Joseph Randle
FB1James Casey
2Jorvorskie Lane
3Erik Lorig
4Joe Don Duncan
5Derrick Coleman
6Ryan Mueller
7Henry Hynoski
8Brad Smelley
9Trey Millard
10Jordan Campbell
11Abou Toure
12Emil Igwenagu
13Zach Boren
14Kiero Small
15J.C. Copeland
16John Conner
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2Marques Colston
3Andre Johnson
4Shane Wynn
5Miles Austin
6Dwayne Bowe
7Andre Roberts
8Preston Parker
9Kris Durham
10Tyler Davis
11Seantavius Jones
12Josh Morgan
13Jacoby Ford
14Zach D'Orazio
15Kenzel Doe
16Ricky Collins
17Tevin Reese
18Damaris Johnson
19Solomon Patton
20Damian Williams
21Reggie Dunn
22Armon Binns
23Carlton Mitchell
24Tyler McDonald
25Ezell Ruffin
26DaVaris Daniels
27Travis Labhart
28Donatella Luckett
29Lance Lewis
30Joseph Anderson
31Josh Stewart
32L'Damian Washington
33David Porter
34Josh Harper
35Marquez Clark
WR21Roddy White
2Brian Hartline
3Ace Sanders
4Riley Cooper
5Denarius Moore
6Marcus Thigpen
7A.J. Jenkins
8Joe Morgan
9Austin Pettis
10Jacoby Jones
11Ryan Broyles
12Onterio McCalebb
13Rico Richardson
14Emory Blake
15Tandon Doss
16Mike Brown
17Devante Davis
18Devon Wylie
19Jimmie Hunt
20Marlon Brown
21Ryan Lankford
22Isiah Ferguson
23Daniel Rodriguez
24James Butler
25Clyde Gates
26Marcus Harris
27Ryan Whalen
28Milton Williams III
29Michael Preston
30Phil Bates
31Trindon Holliday
32Saalim Hakim
33Juron Criner
34Tom Nelson
35Paul Browning
36Andre Davis
37Demetrius Wilson
38Josh Reese
39Trevor Harman
40Christion Jones
WR31Andre Johnson
2Marques Colston
3Riley Cooper
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2Scott Chandler
3Dante Rosario
4Kyle Miller
5Orson Charles
6Chase Ford
7Beau Gardner
8Mickey Shuler
9D.J. Williams
10Mike McFarland
11Rob Blanchflower
12Jacob Maxwell
13Richard Gordon
14Chase Dixon
15Nick Kasa
16David Paulson
17Cameron Clear
18Steve Maneri
19Jimmay Mundine
20Kevin Greene
21Brandon Barden
22Gerell Robinson
23Dan Light
24Jordan Thompson
25Jake Murphy
26Ryan Taylor
27Brett Brackett
28Michael Egnew
29Adrien Robinson
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2John Fullington
3Micah Hatchie
4Will Beatty
5Jason Fox
6Tyson Chandler
7Bryan Witzmann
8Mitchell Van Dyk
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2Antoine Everett
3Ben Heenan
4Sean Hickey
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6Tanner Hawkinson
7Darren Keyton
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5Ben Clarke
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2Louis Vasquez
3Todd Herremans
4Michael Liedtke
5Paul Fanaika
6Michael Huey
7Patrick Omameh
8Leon Brown
9Ronald Patrick
10Adam Replogle
11Jake Bernstein
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3Brett Boyko
4Lamar Holmes
5Kelvin Palmer
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2Brandon Bogotay
3Kyle Brindza
4Brad Craddock
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6Billy Cundiff
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