…but it’s not the one we want.
News broke today that the Dolphins are changing their uniforms again, and I instantly became enthused that it would be back to the aqua and orange, with the mighty dolphin jumping upright through the sun. But then Stephen Ross dashed my hopes again. He is only “tweaking” the existing uniform and logo.
I don’t know what the tweaks will consist of, but it will not be a return to our proud logo and colors.
Armando at the Miami Herald actually said the team CURRENTLY wears aqua and orange. He is wrong. Larry Csonka wore aqua. Dwight Stephenson wore aqua.
Ryan Tannehill and the current boys wear some hybrid sky-blue atrocity that is called viridian.
Ross probably spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on a fancy graphic artist to come up with this ugly sky-blue, and then recently doubled-down on this mistake by tweaking the color yet again. Instead, why doesn’t he ever hear the loud public outcry from the fans? When the Dolphins wear the 70s throwback uniforms, Dolphans worldwide comment on how great they look. The players comment on how proud they feel. Yet all of this is meaningless to our illustrious owner.