Patriots’ defensive lineman Kyle Love switches representation
|02.28.12 at 4:59 pm ET|
Patriots defensive lineman Kyle Love, a exclusive rights free agent, has switched representation.
The Mississippi State product, who was repped by Gary Glick, is now with KLASS Sports’ Richard Kopelman and Sean Stellato. It’s a group that has negotiated with the Patriots in the past on behalf of cornerback Kyle Arrington and linebacker Gary Guyton, both of whom reached two-year deals with New England.
Love was an undrafted free agent signed before the start of the 2010 season. In his second year with the Patriots, the 6-foot-1, 310-pounder played 16 games and finished with 33 tackles (20 solo) and three sacks.
The news was first reported by the Boston Herald.
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