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    Donald Francis Shula (January 4, 1930 – May 4, 2020) was an American professional football player and coach who served as a head coach in the National Football League (NFL) from 1963 to 1995. He played seven seasons as a defensive back in the NFL.

  2. Apr 30, 2023 · Don Shula, byname of Donald Francis Shula, (born January 4, 1930, Grand River, Ohio, U.S.—died May 4, 2020, Indian Creek, Florida), American professional gridiron football player and coach, notably of the National Football League (NFL) Miami Dolphins (1970–95), who won more games (347) than any other NFL coach.

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  3. May 4, 2020 · Don Shula, who won more games than any head coach in National Football League history, led the Miami Dolphins to the league’s only perfect season and helped usher pro football into its modern...

  4. May 4, 2020 · Don Shula, the winningest head coach in National Football League history and a Miami Dolphins legend for half a century, has died.

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    Don Shulas record as head coach of the Baltimore Colts from 1963 to 1969 and the Miami Dolphins from 1970 to 1995 is unmatched in NFL history. In 1995, he concluded his 33rd season as the winningest NFL head coach ever with a career mark of 347-173-6 (.665).

    Shula holds the NFL record for having coached in six Super Bowls but his teams won only twice. In Super Bowl VII, the 1972 Dolphins completed their historic 17-0-0 campaign the only perfect season in NFL history with a 14-7 win over the Washington Redskins. In 1973, Miami defeated the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl VIII to culminate a two-season...

    Shula, who was born January 4, 1930, in Grand River, Ohio, played college football at John Carroll University in Cleveland and then became one of two rookies on Coach Paul Browns 1951 Cleveland Browns team. In 1953, Shula moved to the Baltimore Colts as part of an historic 15-player trade. He played cornerback for the Colts for four seasons and for...

    He returned to pro football in 1960 as the Detroit Lions defensive coordinator. In 1963, Shula was hired as head coach of the Baltimore Colts. At 33, he was the then-youngest head coach in NFL history.

    In seven years, he led the Colts to a 73-26-4 record and playoff appearances three years. In 1970, he made a major career move when he took over the Dolphins in only their fifth season. Almost immediately, he turned the Miami team into a perpetual winner.

  5. May 4, 2020 · NFL/betting writer Mon, May 4, 2020 · 3 min read Don Shula coached 33 seasons in the NFL. He had two losing teams. That’s just one remarkable feat from Shula, whose 347 wins are a record for an...

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  6. May 4, 2020 · Don Shula, the NFL's winningest coach who led the Miami Dolphins to the league's only undefeated season, died Monday. He was 90.

  7. Donald Francis Shula Position: DB 5-11, 190lb (180cm, 86kg) Born: January 4, 1930 in Grand River, OH. Died: May 4, 2020 in Indian Creek, FL. College: John Carroll. High School: Harvey Hall of Fame: Inducted as Coach in 1997 . As Exec: 26 Yrs (Full Record) As Player: 7 Yrs Relatives: Son David Shula

  8. Jan 5, 2022 · Hall of Fame coach Don Shula would have turned 92 on Tuesday Iconic Shula name coming down in Miami Lakes (Copyright 2022 by WPLG - All rights reserved.) MIAMI LAKES, Fla. – The...

  9. May 4, 2020 · Don Shula, a Hall of Fame NFL coach who led the Miami Dolphins to two Super Bowl titles, has died. He was 90. The Miami Herald was the first to report the coach’s death, citing one of his...

  10. May 4, 2020 · CNNDon Shula, the longtime Miami Dolphins coach and architect of the only perfect season in NFL history, died at his South Florida home Monday morning, according to the team. He was 90....

  11. May 4, 2020 · Don Shula, coach who led Miami Dolphins perfect season, dies - Los Angeles Times Advertisement Sports Don Shula, the NFL’s all-time leader in coaching wins, dies at 90 Don Shula is carried...

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