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The Miami Dolphins officially unveiled their new logo on Monday, after word leaked out last week. The Dolphins were hoping to surprise everyone with a grand unveiling on April 25th, but after the logo leaked, they didn’t have much choice but to officially unveil the logo to the world. The Dolphins will still hold an unveiling event on April 25th and there are some surprises in store. For example, we know roughly what the Dolphins helmet will look like, but we haven’t seen the official helmet yet. We also do not know what the Dolphins uniforms will look like. We’ve heard rumblings that the uniforms might have a ‘throw back’ look to them.
Photo Courtesy of Dolphins.com
The new logo is popping up everywhere now that it’s official. The official Dolphins website has the new logo featured on it:
ESPN has changed over the graphics as well. here’s a look at the Dolphins ‘Clubhouse’ page:
As I said last week, I’ll withhold judgement until the entire uniform is unveiled. I’m resistant to change and I liked some of the mockups I saw better….. but the new logo is starting to grow on me a little. I’m not in love with it, but quite honestly, it’s not going to change, so we might as well get used to it! Our poll last week that asked for your opinions on the logo was nearly a 50% to 50% split exactly. So some fans love the logo, some hate it. Time will tell, but I’d guess that the logo criticism will be solved by a winning season in which the Dolphins make it back to the playoffs (for me at least).
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