After the unveiling of the Nike brand uniform’s in the NFL, there has been no team besides the Seattle Seahawks who’ve made a drastic uniform change along with it. The Miami Dolphins fall into the category of remaining similar in uniform style, but team personell have came out and mentioned a possibility of a logo change come 2013.
“I don’t think you’d ever see us consider something as radical as Tampa Bay did going from the orange to the pewter gray … but I think we’re actively looking at ways to keep the brand current while respecting the great tradition and iconic value that we’ve been fortunate to inherit,” team CEO Mike Dee said. “We’re not looking to enact any radical changes. … We will keep great respect of the history and tradition of the logo and the look and feel of the team. That is not going to change under any circumstances.”
The Dolphins have not made any big changes altering their logo since the team’s NFL debut in 1966. The franchise obviously does not want to act upon a complete overhaul of the logo due to the team’s storied past representing it, and if so would most likely show mass displeasure amongst the fanbase. If the Dolphins do decide to alter the logo (which seems as the most likely outcome) it will still consist of the famous orange sun burst in the background, as well as some form of a Dolphin.
Written By – Jack Knighton- AFC East Writer
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