December 13, 2007
New England has announced that it signed tight end Stephen Spach to take Mike Wright's place on the 53-man roster.
Spach (pronounced "Spock") is in his second season and played 13 games with the Eagles in 2005. The 25-year old is 6-foot-4, 250 pounds and was among the Vikings' final cuts in September after spending 2006 out of football. With Philly two years ago, he had seven catches for 42 yards.
Spach played at Fresno State, which is coached by former Bill Belichick assistant Pat Hill. He becomes the third former Bulldog on the Pats' roster, along with Logan Mankins and James Sanders.
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