Don Shula was an American football defensive back and coach who served as a head coach in the National Football League (NFL) from 1963 to 1995. The head coach of the Miami Dolphins for most of his career, Shula is the NFL’s winningest head coach at 347 career victories and 328 regular-season victories.

Shula drove Miami to quick achievement, conveying an affirmative success misfortune record in the 1970 season and a 10-3-1 record the next year when the group won the AFC title yet lost Super Bowl VI to the Dallas Cowboys by a score of 24-3.

The team’s stars inducted a few future Pro Football Hall of Fame individuals: quarterback Bob Griese, fullback Larry Csonka, watch Larry Little, focus Jim Langer, linebacker Nick Buoniconti and wide recipient Paul Warfield, whom Shula procured from the Browns in 1970 for a first-round draft pick.

Shula’s Miami groups during his first ten years as a coach were known for extraordinary hostile lines, drove by Larry Little, Jim Langer, Bob Kuechenberg, and Norm Evans, solid running match-ups including Csonka, Jim Kiick, and Mercury Morris, quarterbacking by Griese and Earl Morrall and incredible beneficiaries in Warfield, Howard Twilley, and Jim Mandich.

Did Don Shula ever win a Superbowl?

Don 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.

How Much Was Don Shula Worth When He Died?

Don Shula was a legendary Football player and coach who had a net worth of $60 million at the time of his death.


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