Found May 15, 2013 on AFC East Daily:
BY DAN BEGNOCHEThe hits just keep on coming for the New England Patriots' defensive line this week, as yet another roster spot opened up for the second time in three days.This time, it was at the expense of fourth-year interior lineman Kyle Love. (photo: Jeffrey Beall, Wikimedia)Love's agent, Richard Kopelman, said Wednesday that the tackle was being released under the non-football injury designation, alluding to Love's Type-2 diabetes diagnosis as the reason."Having consulted with leading authorities on the effects of Type-2 diabetes, we have every reason to believe that Kyle will, in the immediate future, be at 100 percent, and will be prepared to participate in training camp in a couple of months," Kopelman said, via Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.com. "As Kyle said, 'there is no way something like this is going to stand between me and a long and successful NFL career.'"The move, coupled with Brandon Deaderick's release on Monday, is a bit of...
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