Jaguars make four roster moves

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The Jacksonville Jaguars signed sixth-year tight end Stephen Spach and third-year offensive lineman Herb Taylor, the club announced today. Wide receiver Brian Robiskie and tight end Colin Cloherty were waived from the roster.

Spach, 6-4, 260, has spent time with five different teams during his career including Philadelphia, Minnesota, New England, Arizona and St. Louis. He has played in 59 games with 24 starts and made 22 career receptions for 137 yards.  He played in a career-high 15 games with 11 starts for the Cardinals in 2010 before seeing action in 10 games for the Rams in 2011.

Taylor, 6-4, 305, played in 18 games over two seasons for Kansas City after being selected in the sixth-round of the 2007 draft.  The former Texas Christian standout has also spent time on the active roster of Denver, the New York Giants and Green Bay but did not play in a game.  He was with the Packers for the final two weeks of the 2011 regular season and was waived during final cuts of the 2012 preseason.

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