Packers outside linebackers coach Kevin Greene has been named a semifinalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2014.
As a semifinalist, Greene is one of 25 modern-era candidates still under consideration for Hall of Fame induction this year. This marks the eighth straight year Greene has reached the semifinalist stage, and he has been a finalist — one of the final 10 — each of the last two years.
During Greene’s 15-year career with four different teams, he recorded 160 sacks, third most in league history behind Bruce Smith and Reggie White. Greene has been a member of the Packers coaching staff since 2009.
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