Don Shula dead at 90: NFL world mourns loss of legendary Dolphins coach

Don Shula, the NFL’s all-time winningest head coach with 347 triumphes, passed away Monday at age 90.

The designer and driving force behind the unbeaten 1972 Dolphins had a prolonged coaching profession that covered 4 years, with 2 Lombardi Trophies and innumerous big- time triumphes on the football field that landed him in the Hall of Popularity in 1997.

The Miami Dolphins are distressed to reveal that Head Coach Don Shula died quietly at his home today.

— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) Might 4, 2020

Shula’s NFL profession was exhibited by his capability to bend with his players. In the 1970 s, the Dolphins were a power-run team, while the Marino years were concentrated on an aerial attack on opposing defenses. That 1972 Dolphins team stays the only unbeaten team in NFL history.

The death of the NFL’s all-time winningest head coach drew strong responses from the NFL neighborhood:

“One thing I never want to be accused of is not working.”
RIP Coach Don Shula.

— Kenyan Drake ™ (@KDx32) Might 4, 2020

Although I never ever personally met Coach Shula that quote was on the wall above the doors prior to you left of the center in Miami. Through the very best and even worse days it advised me to never ever choose less than my best. Thanks coach

— Kenyan Drake ™ (@KDx32) Might 4, 2020

Today is an unfortunate day. Coach Shula was the uncommon guy who exhibited true success in every element of his life. He will be so missed out on by many however his tradition of character and excellence will sustain. All my best to Mary Anne and the Shulafamily

— Tom Garfinkel (@TomGarfinkel) May 4, 2020

Holy cow. RIP DonShula One of the coaching icons that simply appeared to me like he ‘d be never-ceasing. He passes away still conveniently placed as the winningest coach in #NFL history, with 347 triumphes (consisting of playoffs). For viewpoint, #Patriots’ Costs Belichick is at304

— Charles Robinson (@CharlesRobinson) May 4, 2020

Don Shula did a remarkable thing throughout his Hall of Popularity profession: rotating to a completely diff. design to empower his personnel.

The ’70 s Super Bowl champs were power run teams.

The ’80 s/’90 s were pass- pleased aerial attacks w/ Marino.

Flexible, fantastic football mind. RIP

— Damon Amendolara (@DAonCBS) May 4, 2020

The Shula- Jets competition ran deep. 6 years back, I interviewed him for a 20- year anniversary piece on the Phony Spike Game. I asked him what he states to #Jets fans in So Fla who bring it up: “I don’t talk to Jets fans in South Florida. Or in New York. Or in the United States.”

— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) May 4, 2020

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