Don Shula To Receive Hall Of Fame Ring At Dolphins-Cowboys GameDon Shula is the winningest head coach in National Football League history and a beloved figure in South Florida after leading the Miami Dolphins to five Super Bowls during his tenure with the team.
Don Shula Rooting For Son Mike To Match Dolphins Perfect SeasonIt’s become an annual NFL tradition that only fans of the Miami Dolphins seem to enjoy.
Dolphins Add Latest Five Players To 50th Anniversary TeamThe Miami Dolphins are celebrating their 50th season and one of special things they are doing is selecting the top 50 players in team history.
Dolphins Add Five New Players To 50th Anniversary TeamThe Miami Dolphins are celebrating their 50th season and one of special things they are doing is selecting the top 50 players in team history.
Dolphins Practice Becomes More Physical Under Dan CampbellThe Miami Dolphins have met yet another coaching change, something that has happened fairly often over the past two decades, especially compared to the stability the team had at the position under Don Shula
Dolphins Announce Next Five Players On 50th Anniversary TeamThe Miami Dolphins are celebrating their 50th season and one of special things they are doing is selecting the top 50 players in team history.
Gridiron Grill-Off: Shula’s Steak House Signature Grilled EntréeFood takes center field during the sixth annual “John Offerdahl’s Broward Health® Gridiron Grill-Off Food & Wine Festival” with 25 Miami Dolphins legends paired with top chefs competing for culinary glory.
Bill Arnsparger, Miami's "No-Name Defense" Coach, Dies At 88Bill Arnsparger, the Miami assistant coach who directed the "No-Name Defense" that helped the Dolphins win Super Bowl titles in 1973 and 1974, died Friday. He was 88.
Former Dolphin Don McNeal Battling Multiple SclerosisFormer Miami Dolphins cornerback Don McNeal is now fighting multiple sclerosis.
Top Draft Busts In Miami Dolphins HistoryThe Miami Dolphins hit the field earlier this week to kick off their organized team activity workouts.
Former Players: NFL Teams 'Conspired' To Push PainkillersThe theory that painkillers were pushed to NFL players to keep them on the field has has circulated for years. Now hundreds of former players are bringing the issue to court after they filed a lawsuit claiming all 32 NFL teams, their doctors, trainers and medical staffs often illegally obtained and provided painkillers to players.
Don Shula Says His Dolphins 'Didn't Deflate Any Balls'Don Shula has joined those taking jabs at Tom Brady and the New England Patriots regarding the scandal surrounding his use of deflated footballs.