Matt Spaeth

Matt Spaeth

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Matt Spaeth (born November 24, 1983 in St. Michael, Minnesota) is an American football tight end for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League. He was originally drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the third round of the 2007 NFL Draft. He played college football at Minnesota.

Spaeth won 2006's John Mackey Award as college football's best tight end.

Early years

Spaeth graduated from Saint Michael–Albertville High School in 2002, where he played both football and basketball. St Michael was in the Wright County Conference at the time. Spaeth holds multiple records at St. Michael–Albertville in both sports. As a three year starter in basketball he set records for most rebounds in a game (23), most steals in a game (8), most points in a career (1359), most career rebounds (804).

College career

Spaeth played college football at Minnesota. In 2003 Matt started the season as a reserve, but was inserted into the starting lineup when starter Ben Utecht got injured. Spaeth went on to start 10 games where he had 12 catches for 98 yards and was named to the and Freshman All-American team.

In 2004 Matt increased his production to 24 catches for 298 yards and 4 TD's. He started every game was an honorable mention pick to the All-Big Ten Team.

In 2005 Spaeth again started every game, hauling in 26 catches for 333 yards and 4 TD's. He was named to the All-Big Ten First team.

2006 was the most productive season of Spaeth's career. Despite...
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