Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Greg Lloyd Career Stats

By John Turney

Another of the fine outside linebackers of the late-1980s and 1990s was Greg Lloyd. Certainly, he was a rushbacker (a LB who rushes most of the time) in base defense, but in big portions of his career, starting in 1993, he was the middle linebacker in the dime defense and one of the two linebackers in the nickel. 

In 1991 and 1992 he'd play left defensive end in passing situations after not usually being in the Steelers defensive sub packages before that.

Lloyd was a consensus All-Pro in 1993, 1994 and 1995.

In 1991 he was an All-Pro on the Buffalo News team, selected by Larry Felser. He was also a Pro Bowler that season and in 1992 as well.

Here are his career stats and as always (when possible) the tackles are from NFL Gamebooks.
He likely had a couple more forced fumbles that were tallied by the Steelers coaches who had the benefit of video that the Gamebook stat keepers missed. But that is another can or worms we will address at some point: Forced fumbles.

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