Kevin Greene, the Steelers legend and NFL Hall of Fame legend, has died

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NFL regrets this Monday death from one of the Hall of Fame members of American football, Kevin Greene, which suddenly and without a previously known disease, died at the age of 58, with Pittsburgh Steelers as the first to break the news.

“I lost a player and a wonderful person this morning at the death of Kevin Greene. His sudden passing is a shock to all of us who have been so close and comrades in the Steelers family, “the franchise said in a statement.

Who was Kevin Greene?

Born in New York in 1962, Kevin Greene was one of the best defenders in NFL history when it comes to defender’s bags, since it is third on the all-time list with 160 bags.

His career began with the Los Angeles Rams in 1985 and he was also a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Carolina Panthers and San Francisco 49ers throughout his 15 years as a professional. he could never win the super bowl, although he played in the XXX edition with the Steelers against the Cowboys.

His most important accomplishments also include 10 seasons of at least 10 sacks, five Pro Bowl selections, twice selected for the All-Pro team, and named to the 1990 Team of the Decade, what made him entered the Canton Hall of Fame in Ohio in 2016.