Former Steeler and NFL Hall Of Famer Kevin Greene Has Passed Away At 58


BREAKING From Auburn Wire

Auburn lost a true legend on Monday as Kevin Greene, the 1984 SEC Defensive Player of the Year and Zeke Smith Award winner, died.
Greene was a mainstay for the Tigers at linebacker from 1983-84 after walking on to the team. In his senior season, he led the SEC with 11 sacks.

From The Steelers Website:

"In his NFL career, Kevin Greene finished recorded 160 sacks, 26 fumble recoveries, five interceptions, and recorded three safeties. He had double-digit sacks 10 times in his 15 seasons, and he led the NFL in sacks in 1994 (14.0) and 1996 (14.5). He was named to the NFL's All-Decade Team of the 1990s. He was a three-time first-team All-Pro (1989, 1994 and 1996) and a five-time Pro Bowler (1989, 1994-96 and 1998).

During his three seasons with the Steelers (1993-95) he recorded 35 ½ sacks, the second most by a player in their first three seasons with the Steelers since sacks became an official statistic in 1982. He finished his career playing for the Carolina Panthers (1996, 1998-99) and San Francisco 49ers (1997)."

He was inducted into the NFL Hall Of Fame in 2016

RIP to another legend lost in 2020

Kevin Greene

Kevin Greene