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