Don Shula hospitalized for fluid retention, sleep apnea

Former Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula was hospitalized for two medical conditions but is expecting a good recovery, his wife said in a statement Tuesday.

"Coach Shula has been admitted to the hospital due to fluid retention and sleep apnea," Mary Anne Shula said. "The family is looking for a speedy recovery."

Don Shula, 86, remains the NFL's all-time winningest coach. He coached the Dolphins for 26 seasons and won two Super Bowls, which included the league's only perfect season in 1972.

Shula was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1997. He recently attended Super Bowl 50 in February to watch his son, Mike Shula, coach in his first Super Bowl as offensive coordinator of the Carolina Panthers. It ended a 31-year drought since the last time a Shula coached in the Super Bowl.

"I'm just so proud of Mike and the great job that he's done," Don Shula told ESPN in January. "It's such a great experience, coaching in a Super Bowl. I had the good fortune to coach in several of them, the perfect season and back-to-back Super Bowls, so those are all great memories. Mike's got a lot ahead of him."