When Gregg retired from football in 1971, he was one of only three men to have won six titles as a player.
Pro Football Hall of Famer and former Browns coach Forrest Gregg died Friday morning at the age of 85.
Gregg was a key player for the Packers during his 14 seasons with the team, which included all nine years that Vince Lombardi was the coach in Green Bay.
After his retirement as a player, he coached 11 seasons in the National Football League, going 75-85-1, the most noteworthy (and successful) year being 1981 with the Bengals, who he led that year to a 12-4 mark and the franchise's first Super Bowl appearance, a pulsing 26-21 loss to Joe Montana's 49ers.
What they said about him: "The Game lost a giant today", Hall of Fame President/CEO David Baker said. He played his final season with the Dallas Cowboys. "Forrest Gregg exemplified greatness during a legendary career that earned him a bronzed bust in Canton", Baker said.
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Packers coach Matt LeFleur tweeted a famous photo of a mud-caked Gregg and wrote, "I'd like to extend my deepest sympathies to the family of a true Packers legend, Forrest Gregg".
Gregg returned to the Packers as head coach in 1984, but was unable to recapture the success of the Lombardi years. He would go on to coach the Browns, then the Bengals, where his team made a Super Bowl appearance and then a less sucessful stint with the Packers.
The flag at the hall will be flown at half-staff in Gregg's honor. "Forrest symbolized many great traits and virtues that can be learned from this Game to inspire people from all walks of life".
But fans of the Cincinnati Bengals might remember Gregg just as fondly as the Packers.
Gregg had been living with Parkinson's disease since a 2011 diagnosis.