Alvis Forrest Gregg was an American professional football player and coach. A Pro Football Hall of Fame offensive lineman for 16 seasons in the National Football League, he was a part of six NFL championships, five of them with the Green Bay Packers before closing out his tenure with the Dallas Cowboys with a win in Super Bowl VI. Gregg was later the head coach of three NFL teams, as well as two Canadian Football League teams. He was also a college football coach for the SMU Mustangs. As a head coach, he led the 1981 Bengals to the Super Bowl, where they lost to the San Francisco 49ers, 26–21.
|Date of birth:||October 18, 1933|
|Place of birth:||Birthright, Texas|
|Date of death:||April 12, 2019|
|Place of death:||Colorado Springs, Colorado|
|High school:||Sulphur Springs, (Sulphur Springs, Texas)|
|NFL Draft:||1956 / Round: 2/ Pick: 20|
About Forrest Gregg
Offensive tackle who played in the NFL from 1956-1971, mainly for the Green Bay Packers aside for a brief stint with the Dallas Cowboys in 1971. He later coached for several teams including the San Diego Charges, Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals, among others.
He played college football at Southern Methodist University, and was selected 20th overall in the 1956 NFL draft.
After being selected to the Pro Bowl nine times, and the All-Pro first-team seven times, he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977.
He was born in Birthright, Texas. He died from complications from Parkinson's Disease.
He won six NFL Championships, five of which came with head coach Vince Lombardi.
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