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Remembering Don Shula: What others are saying about legendary Dolphins coach

Former Dolphins head coach dead at 90
Don Shula, who died at 90, celebrated after becoming all-time wins leader
Posted at 1:58 PM, May 04, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-04 20:38:42-04

Don Shula, the longtime Miami Dolphins head coach who led the team to back-to-back Super Bowl victories in the 1970s and finished his career as the NFL's all-time wins leader, died Monday at the age of 90.

Here's what others are saying about Shula's lasting legacy.

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NFL

NBC Sports

Gov. Ron DeSantis

Jimmy Johnson, former Dolphins head coach (1996-99)

Dan Marino, former Dolphins quarterback (1983-99)

Kenyan Drake, former Dolphins running back (2016-19)

DeVante Parker, Dolphins wide receiver (2015-present)

Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals wide receiver (2004-present)

Brett Favre, former Packers quarterback (1992-07)

Bill Cowher, former Steelers head coach (1992-2006)

Bruce Arians, Buccaneers head coach (2019-present)

Darius Rucker, Hootie & the Blowfish lead singer

Jack Nicklaus, retired professional golfer

Magic Johnson, retired NBA star

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