The Miami Dolphins will have a new logo as the team enters the 2013-2014 NFL season. Dolphins CEO Mike Dee confirmed the new logo in an interview with The Finsiders.
“’We have made the decision to, in advance of what we originally intended, to have the logo itself…make its way out,’ Dee said. ‘It was featured today in a number of different places, including our own Jared Odrick (who) was down at Baptist Hospital and he caught wind of it and wanted to wear the new stuff.’ (And Odrick did wear a t-shirt which he tweeted out as you can see here.
The new logo, which still includes navy and white accents, will remain aqua and orange, though the colors will return to the hues worn by the ’70s and ’80s teams. Also, for the first time in franchise history, the Dolphins’ facemask will be white, joining the Kansas City Chiefs as the only other team to go with white – the facemasks had previously been gray and then aqua.
‘We’re excited to show the rest of what we’ve done, including the uniforms, which we think are going to be jaw-dropping when they come out on April 25.’ ”
What do you think of the new logo? You can read the full Finsiders story here.