Kevin Greene was a finalist for the NFL’s Pro Football Hall of Fame for a fifth time this year. Saturday night, Greene finally saw the light at the end of the tunnel.
Greene and his 160 career quarterbacks sacks are headed to the NFL Hall of Fame, one of eight men to find out their fate on the eve of Super Bowl 50.
Greene joined quarterbacks Brett Favre and Ken Stabler, offensive linemen Dick Stanfel and Orlando Pace, wide receiver Marvin Harrison, coach Tony Dungy and former owner Eddie DeBartolo.
Greene collected 160 sacks during his 15-year career, the most by a linebacker and third all-time behind defensive ends Bruce Smith and Reggie White. [Read more…]