College Football Career
Kelvin Kight played college football with the University of Florida Gators four years (2000 to 2003). He had 90 receptions for 1282 yards and 6 touchdowns spanning that four-year period.
In 2004 Kelvin Kight entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent. He was signed by the Saint Louis Rams in April 2004 but was later let go and joined the Green Bay Packers on August 11, 2004. From there he made the Packers practice squad on which he stayed on from 2004 through June 13, 2005. He was promoted from the practice squad only once during that time with the Packers and didn't have a catch in his single appearance. The Packer didn't sign Kight to a new deal following the 2004 season and after he sat out the 2005 season the until New England Patriots offered him a chance to earn a roster spot at their 2006 training camp. Kight impressed the Patriots in training camp and preseason action enough for them to sign him to their practice squad. Kight stayed on the practice squad for the first 12 games of the 2006 season but he was moved up to the actual roster and appeared in the final four games of the regular season following injures to key receivers in the Patriots offense. He made his first NFL reception (for 9 yards) on December 24, 2006 vs the Jacksonville Jaguars. He also made 3 tackle while activated. He was released from the Patriots on Setember 1, 2007 in the teams final roster cutdown.