Former Dolphins Coach Don Shula Admitted To HospitalFormer Miami Dolphins head coach Don Shula has been admitted to a South Florida hospital, according to his wife Mary-Ann.
Gauging The Nation’s Pulse On The Fins At Super Bowl Media CenterEven in the midst of Super Bowl frenzy there are frustrated Dolphin fans.
Late Dolphins QB Earl Morrall Found To Have Stage 4 CTEThe family of Earl Morrall told The New York Times on Wednesday the former Miami Dolphins quarterback was found to have Stage 4 CTE after his death.
Mark Richt's First Big Day With Miami Arrives On WednesdayIt’s amazing how much can change in just a few days.
Don Shula Ready To Watch Son In Super Bowl 50Don Shula's son Mike is a coach for the Carolina Panthers and Don will be in San Francisco cheering on his son during Super Bowl 50.
Don Shula Plans To Attend Super Bowl To Root For His SonThe NFL likes to keep things all in the family.
Shula Recalls Pederson's Role In Milestone Dolphins WinLegendary head coach Don Shula had a lot of luck with backup quarterbacks during his career.
Dolphins Give Out Individual Team Awards To Four PlayersAs a team the Miami Dolphins have had a disappointing 2015 season that came up far below the team’s preseason expectations.
Voting Open For Greatest Game In Miami Dolphins HistoryOne of the positives surrounding the Miami Dolphins this year has been the team celebrating its 50th anniversary season.
'72 Dolphins And '15 Panthers: Comparing Key Offensive PositionsThe 1972 Miami Dolphins are one of the best-known NFL teams in the leagues history for being the only one in the modern-era to complete an entire season, regular season and playoffs, with an undefeated record.
Miami Dolphins Hold 50th Anniversary Gala FridayThe Miami Dolphins have been celebrating the team’s 50th anniversary season in many different ways.
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.