Miami Dolphins Might Change Logo, Look in 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 told the Sun-Sentinel.
Don't worry about any Marlins-level complete rebranding, though.
"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' aesthetics have remained pretty steady over the years.
Hopefully whatever changes are made are in the spirit of that 1997 makeover.
The Dolphin's uniform, meanwhile, has kept the same basic feel throughout its history, and most of the changes made reflect changes made to uniforms league-wide. Though a bit of navy detailing was added in 1997.
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