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Donald Francis Shula (January 4, 1930 – May 4, 2020) was an American football trainer and player. The most dominating mentor in National Football League (NFL) history, Shula was most popular for his time being the long-lasting lead trainer of the Miami Dolphins, driving them to two Super Bowl triumphs, just as the main ideal season in NFL history. He was beforehand the lead trainer of the Baltimore Colts, with whom he won the 1968 NFL Championship. Shula was drafted out of John Carroll University in the 1951 NFL Draft, and he played expertly as a guarded back for the Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Colts, and Washington Redskins.
Shula was named 1993 Sportsman of the Year by Sports Illustrated. He had just two losing seasons in his 33-year profession as a lead trainer in the NFL. He drove his groups to six Super Bowls. In Super Bowl III, his first, the Colts set the precedent for the longest period to be closed out, holding off on scoring until 3:19 stayed in the game, which was later broken in Super Bowl VII. At his next Super Bowl, the Dolphins set the Super Bowl record for the bottommost extremes scored by any group, with one field objective. The next year, he trained an ideal season and broke the record of longest shutout, this time with his group on the triumphant side, not surrendering any focuses until 2:07 remained. The Dolphins rehashed as Super Bowl champions the accompanying season, as they crushed the Minnesota Vikings day in and day out. He held the NFL record for most vocation wins as a lead trainer with 347 (328 in the ordinary season). Shula was accepted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1997.
He died at the age of 90. Miami Dolphins confirmed the news of Don Shula. Miami Dolphins pay tribute to Don Shula as
“The Greates. Thank you for everything, Coach Shula”