By: KDKA-TV News Staff

CANTON, Oh. (KDKA) — The late Kevin Greene was honored Saturday with a memorial service that was held at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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The hall of fame linebacker spent three years of his 15-year career as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers. He passed away on December 22.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame said in a tweet that the flag on their campus was flown at half-staff in Greene’s memory on Saturday.

Former Steelers linebacker Chad Brown, known for his play alongside Greene, shared a photo on social media of himself along with other former linebackers Levon Kirkland and Greg Lloyd, as well as former linebackers coach Marvin Lewis.

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In the post, Brown said “KG is the only one missing. We celebrated our brother for an amazing life lived. Hall of Fame player, even a better person.”

Brown followed that post with another, sharing a photo from the early 1990’s, showing the four players (Lloyd, Brown, Kirkland, and Greene) all standing together.

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Kevin Greene was 58 years old.