Love Signs With Green Bay

The Green Bay Packers Monday signed wide receiver Reggie Love, a non-drafted free agent who played two sports at Duke University, GM/Head Coach Mike Sherman announced.

Love, 22, lettered four years (2000-03) in football at Duke, starting at least four games every season. He led the Blue Devils in receiving as a senior, catching 27 passes for 290 yards and four touchdowns. In 40 career games at Duke, he totaled 895 yards on 75 receptions with six touchdowns.

A walk-on performer for Mike Krzyzewski for two seasons (2000-01, 2001-02), Love helped Duke to the 2001 NCAA Championship. A 6-4, 228-pound athlete, he played forward and center, backing up Carlos Boozer. In 37 career games, he averaged 1.1 points and 1.1 rebounds per game.

Reggie Love, who wears No. 10 on the Packers' roster, was All-America in football and the state Player of the Year in basketball at Charlotte's Providence Day School, in talent-rich North Carolina.


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