Found July 13, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post has reported the Miami Dolphins are “well into discussions” with the league office on a “fresh new look” for 2013. The NFL and the Dolphins have been “trading emails for several weeks,” swapping mock-ups of possible changes to the cartoon Dolphins wearing a white helmet with an orange “M” on [...]
  • The best in the NFC is the old Detroit Lions LOGO adding black and playing with the Logo came close to blowing it. The best in the AFC are the Miami Dolphins & Olkland Raiders All the teams that changed Uniforms and Logos laid a big egg. New England Patriot LOGO change SUCKS a big ONE. But it's all about the MONEY changing the uniforms and LOGO New SALES for the fans buying all new wear. That is in the MILLIONS of dollars or should I say with a "B" $20 to $40 just for a hat. T-shirts $25 to $45 jersey,coats $150 to $500 OH YA it in the Billions Then beat all there made in China Just like all the USA flags are now. That fly in front of are house.
  • the new logo looks straight out of the 50's..come on, you picked up oh cho stink-o and now you want to change the look too, pains me deeply, hey how about them JETs
  • Let's see.... Marlin get a new logo and stadium and are 41-44 (last I heard). Panthers get a new logo and jerseys (which copied other teams uniforms) and that 'new' look was widely hated, so they 'retired' it this year. Hmmm.... maybe these teams should concentrate on putting a quality product on the field as the best way to sell tickets and team merchandise. Naaaw, that makes too much sense!
  • I don't have a problem with this. The owner, organization and team are not worthy of what that logo represented in the NFL. The team was built by a first class owner (Joe Robbie). Coached by one of the greatest head coaches ever. Behind him some of the greatest minds for player personnel (George Young, Bobby Bethard). Those great teams represented class, excellence, and winning. A place where anyone associated with the NFL, player, coach, administrator wanted to come and work. So please change the logo. It's difficult to come to these games, and because of that logo, remember what this once great, proud organization used to be!
  • The current logo is great! People identify the logo with Miami. And changing the logo will not make the team better. That takes a new coach and well trained players.
  • This team and specially the owner and organization don't desreve to have this logo. This logo ment you were part of one of the best sport franchise in the U.S. top to bottom. It's now a joke. Please change the logo I don't want to be reminded of what used to be!
  • yes!i think it's a wonderful ideal!why not!everybody else is doing coach,new team,new attitude,new look and etc;
  • we're do for a change!!!let's get it started!!!
  • why not take a chance on T.O.and see what happens?
  • It's a new era. The history of the franchise is great, the current campaign is striggling to identify itself. I say it's fine to begin a new era. Change it up. Should have done it when Marino retired.

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