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Chiefs Sign DL Kyle Love

  The Kansas City Chiefs have signed veteran DL Kyle Love, according to his agency KLASS Sports. Love, 27, originally signed with the Patriots as an undrafted free agent out of Mississippi State back in 2010. He spent three years with New England before he was waived in May of last year. Last season, Love bounced around after he was first claimed by the Jaguars and later signed...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
May 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Kyle Love blasts Patriots for how they run business

Kyle Love's three-year run with the Patriots ended last week, when he was released after a blood test revealed he had Type 2 diabetes. Despite quickly finding a new home with the Jaguars, the veteran defensive tackle decided to vent his feelings about the Patriot Way. “That’s how they run their business up there; veteran guys who have been there for years and put in...
Via Helmet2Helmet
May 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Kyle Love’s Life Keeps Getting Worse

In a cruel-seeming roster action yesterday, the Patriots released Defensive Tackle Kyle Love after he was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes. The move was at least slightly controversial, in that it would be completely illegal for most employers to fire…Read more →
Via The Victory Formation
May 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Patriots Gave Love Option of One Year Retirement or Release

According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk, the New England Patriots gave the recently released Kyle Love two options: take a one year retirement or be released. Love, who was diagonsed with Type-2 diabetes two weeks ago, was released yesterday and according to his agent, Richard Kopelman, the Patriots gave him the two options. Love chose to be released so he can resume playing...
Via CLNS Radio
May 16, 2013  |  Discuss
NO SWEET DEAL

Pats cut DT after diabetes diagnosis

The Patriots cut defensive lineman Kyle Love after he was diagnosed with Type-2 diabetes. Is there more to this story?

Via AFC East Daily
May 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Pats cut starting DT Love after diabetes diagnosis

The New England Patriots have released starting defensive tackle Kyle Love after he was diagnosed with diabetes. The three-year veteran started 11 regular-season games last year and one of two postseason games. He joined the Patriots as a rookie free agent out of Mississippi State in 2010 and started 25 of the 41 regular-season games in which he played. His agent says Love was...
Via AP on Fox
May 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Kyle Love is more than fine with being fat

Good to know Kyle Love is comfortable with his body. Apparently the defensive lineman was featured on EPSN's "C'Mon Man" segment before Monday Night Football and took a bit of exception to the clip they showed. However, it didn't seem like Love was uncomfortable with folks who were making quips about his size and body fat. Rather than being insulted, it looks...
Via Patriots Life
December 18, 2012  |  Discuss
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