From left: Jimmy Johnson; Don Shula; and Wayne Huizenga share a laugh moments before the game in this Aug. 19, 1996, file photo.
From left: Jimmy Johnson; Don Shula; and Wayne Huizenga share a laugh moments before the game in this Aug. 19, 1996, file photo. Dave Bergman Miami Herald file photo
From left: Jimmy Johnson; Don Shula; and Wayne Huizenga share a laugh moments before the game in this Aug. 19, 1996, file photo. Dave Bergman Miami Herald file photo
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