Miami Dolphins Will Wear Honor Don Shula With This Uniform Patch
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For the first time in the team's history, the Miami Dolphins will be using a uniform patch to honor former legendary head coach Don Shula...

All players will wear a special patch on their uniforms with Shula's last name and the number 347 -- which represents his record number of wins as an NFL coach.

The team says, "This will be the first time in the Dolphins' 54 seasons that a patch will be worn to honor an individual."

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Can’t believe they will break the cardinal rule of not honoring a white man. Cancel them!!!!!
Reply2 months
yeh, where is the BLM mob? that communist organization, which is supported by the NFL seems awfully quiet about this racial issue.
2 months
Hope the Shula family “respectfully requests” that no one kneel for the National Anthem while wearing that patch.
Reply2 months
Eventually it will be taught that Don Shula was an African immigrant.
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