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New York City, US
21 Apr 2024

New York City, US
21 Apr 2024

Don Shula

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Don Shula
He played seven seasons as a defensive back in the NFL. For most of his career, Shula was the head coach of the Miami Dolphins. He is the winningest head coach ... › players › don-shula
Don Shula
Don Shula's 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 ... › Coaches
Don Shula Record, Statistics, and Category Ranks
Don Shula ; Donald Francis Shula ; Born: January 4, 1930 in Grand River, OH ; Died: May 4, 2020 in Indian Creek, FL ; College: John Carroll ; High School: Harvey (OH).
Don Shula's American Kitchen
A fresh culinary approach. A near scratch kitchen features diverse offerings created daily; expertly prepared beef and fresh fish procured daily, seasonal ... › photos › through-the-years-don-s...
Through The Years: Don Shula
Hall of Fame head coach and two-time Super Bowl champion Don Shula has died at age 90. Shula coached for 33 years, had 347 victories, and was the head coach ... › 2020/05/04 › sports › football
Don Shula, N.F.L. Coach Who Won, and ...
May 4, 2020 — In his 33 years as a head coach, seven with the Baltimore Colts (1963-69) and 26 with the Dolphins (1970-95), his teams won 328 regular-season ... › ... › Football
Don Shula | Biography, Record, Titles, & Facts
Mar 10, 2024 — Don Shula, American professional gridiron football player and coach, notably of the National Football League Miami Dolphins (1970–95), ... › don-shula
Remembering Don Shula
Shula's record as head coach of the Dolphins (1970-95) and before that as head coach of the Colts (1963-69) is unmatched in the National Football League. In ... › honors › hall-of-fame › don-shula
Don Shula (1969) - Hall of Fame
Don Shula ... Playing Career: Shula was a running back for the Blue Streaks throughout the 1948-1950 seasons. He set a JCU mark by averaging 6.6 yards per carry, ... › nfl › dolphins › news › miami-dolp...
Miami Dolphins 30-Year Anniversary: Don Shula Becomes ...
Nov 14, 2023 — It was on Nov. 14, 1993 that Don Shula became the winningest coach in NFL history when the Dolphins defeated the Philadelphia Eagles, 19-14, at ...
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Don Shula (Football player and coach)

Donald Francis Shula was an American professional football player and coach who served as a head coach in the National Football League from 1963 to 1995. He played seven seasons as a defensive back in the NFL. For most of his career, Shula was the head coach of the Miami Dolphins.
  • Born : January 4, 1930, Grand River, OH
  • Died : May 4, 2020 (age 90 years), Indian Creek, FL
  • Past teams coached : Miami Dolphins (Head coach, 1970–1995), Baltimore Colts (Head coach, 1963–1969)
  • Children : Mike Shula, Dave Shula, Sharon Shula, Annie Shula, Donna Shula
  • Spouse : Mary Anne Stephens (m. 1993–2020), Dorothy Bartish (m. 1958–1991)
  • Grandchildren : Ryan Lucy Shula, Samantha Shula, Brooke Shula
  • Parents : Dan Shula, Mary Shula
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