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The NFL lost one of its greatest icons on Monday when legendary Miami Dolphins head coach Don Shula passed away at the age of 90.
Very sad news: Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula passed away this morning at age 90, one of his children confirmed.— Barry Jackson (@flasportsbuzz)
Shula, who began his NFL career as a player in 1951 with the Cleveland Browns, would only play in the league until 1957. However, he made his mark and forever left an impact on the NFL with his work as a head coach.
After taking over the Miami Dolphins in 1970, previously serving as the Baltimore Colts head coach, Shula built the team into
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Just two years after taking over, Shula’s Dolphins achieved perfection with the only undefeated season in NFL history on their way to a Super Bowl title. Shula would win two Super Bowls with the Dolphins, an NFL championship with the Colts in 1968 and holds the all-time record for wins by a head coach (347).
On this tragic day of great loss, the NFL world honored Shula and took a moment to remember his incredible legacy.
The Miami Dolphins are saddened to announce that Head Coach Don Shula passed away peacefully at his home this morning.— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins)
RIP Don Shula— Talk Football To Me ✨ (@iSweetHrt)
Don Shula was a titan. Two-time Super Bowl champion. Four-time Coach of the Year. Most regular season wins (328) and total wins (347) in NFL history. The Perfect Season. And an absolute legend in South Florida. RIP.
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— Dan Shonka (@Ourlads_Shonka) The first time I met Coach Shula it was at the combine and he saw my name tag and said, "I always wanted to meet the man that was listed ahead of me in the American Football Coaches manual.
Was an honor to see Don Shula at the Dolphins practices the times that I did when covering the team. Rest In Peace to a legend, icon of South Florida— Antwan V. Staley (@antwanstaley)
Just learning of reports that legendaryHall of Fame coach Don Shula has passed away. He was a winner on & off the field.
May he Rest In Peace.— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio)
Don Shula was the face (and jaw) of a franchise throughout the 1970s, 80's and into the mid-1990s. He raised two Lombardi Trophies in Miami. And, oh yes, his team in 1972 was perfect — a feat never equaled before or since.
Winningest Head Coach In NFL History, Don Shula, Passes Away At 90
The winningest head coach in National Football League history and a South Florida icon for half a century, Don Shula has passed away at the age of 90. © Provided by CBS Miami The Miami Dolphins are saddened to announce that Head Coach Don Shula passed away peacefully at his home this morning. pic.twitter.com/MKAtXFA4zd— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) May 4, 2020Shula leaves behind his wife, Mary Anne, and five children; Dave, Donna, Sharon, Anne and Mike. Shula’s children were from an earlier marriage to his first wife, Dorothy, who died of breast cancer in 1991.— Armando Salguero (@ArmandoSalguero)
HOF Coach Don Shula has passed away at the age of 90…
He was a HC for 33 seasons, and had some great achievements…
• 347 Career Wins (Most in NFL)
• Coached only perfect season inHistory
• 2x SB Champ (VII, VIII)
• 1968 NFL Champion
• 4x COY
RIP Legend— NFL Stats (@NFL_Stats)
Rest in peace Don Shula. What a life he lived. Shula was NFL royalty, the winningest coach in history who bridged multiple eras with grace, class, and intensity. Watching his teams was a pleasure, spending time in his presence was a greater one.— Dan Pompei (@danpompei)
A legend has passed. Covered Don Shula’s final game in Buffalo, a 37-22 loss to the Bills in a bitterly cold wildcard game. Seemed unfitting then and now but what a life. Thinking about his family, including Mike, who of course was Tony Dungy’s OC and former Bucs QB.— Rick Stroud (@NFLSTROUD)
Even though I never personally met Coach Shula that quote was on the wall above the doors before you walked out of the facility in Miami. Through the best and worse days it reminded me to never settle for less than my best. Thanks coach
Defining Don Shula's NFL all-time coaching greatness as a defensive genius, master of adaptation
Don Shula's list of NFL accomplishments runs long, from his imprint on current coaching greats to the famous undefeated season that has withstood the test of time.— Kenyan Drake™ (@KDx32)
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