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Don Shula: Dolphins Took Chance On Richie Incognito And It Backfired

by Glenn Erby | Posted on Saturday, November 9th, 2013
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I wonder how many Bullies Don Shula had on some of his great Dolphins’ teams?

Shula won 274 games and two Super Bowls in 26 as the Miami Dolphins head coach, and he told the Miami Herald that “you win with good people.”

“You win with good people on and off the field,” the 83-year-old Hall of Famer told me Wednesday. Then he said, meaning Incognito: “They took a chance on a guy with a bad reputation and it backfired on them.”

Shula said he still loves the Dolphins and doesn’t like seeing them looking like a franchise that lacks credibility.  Shula spoke about the Dolphins getting back to a certain level of respect.
“It hurts. You hate to see it happening,” Shula said.
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