The Miami Dolphins are currently on a climb back to respectability in the NFL. The front office made a splash (all pun intended) in the first week of the free agent signing period, including wide receiver Mike Wallace, tight end Dustin Keller, and linebacker Dannell Ellerbe.
With the new-look team in South Florida, the franchise is reportedly going to unveil a new logo and new uniforms on April 18, according to the Palm Beach Post.
There has been speculation running rampant through the Fins’ fan base and across the blogosphere for months and it now seems like the rumors will be laid to rest.
According to Ben Volin of PBP:
The team hasn’t provided any further details about how they will unveil the new look, but expect some sort of ceremony and uniform “fashion show” either at Sun Life Stadium or team headquarters in Davie. The April 18 release date is exactly one week before the start of the NFL Draft, which runs from April 25-27.
Several new designs have been making their way around the web, and the following one seems to be along the lines of the new look Miami will roll out in April.
We will have to wait for the unveiling of the final product, but at least fans can day dream for now.