The Miami Dolphins will have new uniforms this season. Whether those new uniforms are actually more than just a “Nike” swish remains to be seen. Today at 11:00 eastern time, Nike and the NFL will unveil their new jerseys for the NFL.
We already know thanks to Sean Smith VIA Twitter that the Dolphins will have an orange alternate jersey as he posted a photo of it from the teams facility a couple of weeks ago. We also know that the Seattle Seahawks will unveil a new log design and possibly a new color scheme. The image above represents the Carolina Panthers new helmet logo.
In Miami, it’s expected that any changes to the uniforms will be minor at best and the logo is not getting a new make-over, much to the chagrin of many unhappy fans of the cartoon dolphin that currently is on the helmet.
The Nike takeover has been a hot topic for much of the off-season and even last year when it was announced that Nike would be the new supplier of uniforms for the NFL, concept art was spread all over the internet describing what the uniforms “could” look like. No one is expecting drastic changes to the uniforms across the board and while there is currently a large amount of excitement brewing over the release, some are cautioning that it’s nothing more than a marketing scheme that will leave fans wondering what the fuss was all about.
Of course no one has seen the actual uniform designs yet, at least not entirely. We will all see them in a short hour and a half.