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Love switches agents

Posted by Shalise Manza Young, Globe Staff  February 28, 2012 05:00 PM

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Patriots defensive tackle Kyle Love has changed agents, and is now represented by KLASS Sports and agents Richard Kopelman and Massachusetts native Sean Stellato.

Kopelman and Stellato also represents Patriots Kyle Arrington and Gary Guyton.

Love was previously with Gary Glick.

Coming off a solid second season, the undrafted Love's contract with New England is up, but he is an exclusive-rights free agent, which means he really isn't free at all: he either accepts a deal from the Patriots or he's out of the NFL.

However, it is unlikely that the Patriots won't offer a contract to Love, and given the recent history Kopelman/Stellato have with the team, Love may get a team-friendly multiyear deal. Guyton and Arrington each signed two-year deals with New England when they were ERFAs.

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