Tara Greene Wiki – Tara Greene Biography
Tara Greene is the wife of Kevin Greene, one of the most terrorizing pass-rushers of all-time. Her husband is being reported to have passed away aged 58 on Monday, December 21st as per the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Kevin was a former American football linebacker and defensive end who played in the National Football League for 15 years. Greene retired after the 1999 NFL season and ranks third amongst all-time sack leaders, leading the NFL twice in that category.
Tara occasionally sang the national anthem at Panther games during Greene’s playing career. On her Twitter, she occasionally posted pictures of her husband on the field. A look at her Twitter also reveals that she is a Trumpster.
During the 2008 season Greene, along with former Steeler Jason Gildon, served an internship for the Pittsburgh Steelers as an assistant linebackers coach during training camp. On January 26, 2009, Greene was hired as an Outside Linebackers Coach for the Green Bay Packers by Dom Capers.
Greene played for Capers for two years as a Steeler, and then followed Capers to Carolina when Capers was named first head coach of the Panthers. On February 6, 2011, the Packers won Super Bowl XLV, the first time Greene had ever been part of an NFL championship team.
On January 17, 2014, it was announced that he would be stepping away from coaching “in order to spend more time with (his) wife, Tara, and (his) children, Gavin and Gabrielle”. He hopes to return to coaching after his children are in college.
Tara Greene Age
Tara Greene’s age is unknown.
Tara Greene & Kevin Greene
Greene and his wife, Tara, had a son, Gavin, and a daughter, Gabrielle.
Kevin Greene Cause of Death
Kevin Greene died 58 on Monday, December 21st as per the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The cause of death was not immediately disclosed.
“The entire Pro Football Hall of Fame family mourns the passing of Kevin Greene,” Hall of Fame President and CEO David Baker said in a statement. “I regarded him as a personal friend and a true Hall of Famer in every sense. He possessed the most incredible can-do attitude of anyone I ever met. He was a great player, but more than that, he was a great man. Our thoughts and prayers are with Kevin’s wife, Tara, and their entire family.”
Before he hunted NFL quarterbacks and tallied 160 career sacks, the third-highest total in league history, Greene walked on and starred Auburn. He was drafted in the fifth round of the 1985 draft by the Los Angeles Rams, where he would spend more than half of his 15-year career.
But “the time of my life and for my family was our three years in Pittsburgh,” Greene said in 2016 before being inducted into the Hall of Fame. Greene signed as a free agent with Pittsburgh in 1993 following eight years with the Rams.