It's no secret Hall of Fame football coach
But it appears Shula, 85, isn't done expressing his disdain for the Patriots and their longtime coach. While speaking at a news conference Saturday in Miami to announce the Dolphins' upcoming plans for their 50th anniversary season, Shula took a shot at the Pats while speaking of the virtues he embraced during his coaching career.
"Always done with a lot of class. A lot of dignity," Shula said, according to the Miami Herald. "Always done the right way. We didn't deflate any balls."
Shula then said, "I think I'm going to pass on that answer," when he was asked if he believed the Patriots'
Shula retired from coaching in 1995 after posting a 328-156-6 career record. He also guided the Dolphins to consecutive Super Bowl wins in 1973 and '74.
Shula may be embracing guilt by association, but the