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NFL: Is This A New Dolphins Logo?



According to a report in the Palm Beach Post, the Miami Dolphins have requested a logo change with the league.
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“We’re not talking about changing colors or taking the sun off the helmet. It’s not going to be like when Tampa Bay changed from orange to pewter gray,” he said. “It’s definitely keeping one eye on what’s traditional in the logo intact, while keeping one eye on a 21st century version of that.”
Terrible idea.

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Lithium - 21 months ago
Looks like the Fins have caught the Ghey
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Alt26 - 21 months ago
I'm convinced that graphic designers today are the most unoriginal, uncreative, people on the planet. Every new logo, whether for a football team, airline, law firm or grocery store all look exactly the same
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GeauxZone90 - 21 months ago
Looks like an airline company
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rileytiger - 21 months ago
That sucks if true. The old logo is a classic.
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UKWildcatsFAN - 21 months ago
God I hope not
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X Carter Is Fast - 21 months ago
that looks like a logo for the stadium, not the team...and since its not called dolphin stadium anymore, this doesnt seem too accurate
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Tactical1 - 21 months ago
Looks like something an AFL team affiliated with the Dolphins would wear.
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Ponchy Tiger - 21 months ago
I hate that tradition rich franchises will throw away tradition for the sake of a temporary bump in merchandise sales.
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Jizzy08 - 21 months ago
That looks like the logo for a condominium complex
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eXfaktor - 21 months ago
Would be similar to but nowhere near as catastrophic as LSU changing their helmet logo to Toonces' Head.




And I like Toonces' Head.
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bleedinpurpleandgold - 21 months ago
Is that Snowflake?
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LSUFanNTX - 21 months ago
Looks like they're going to follow the Marlins path for rebranding.
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