There have been endless petitions over the years for the Miami Dolphins to return to their classic logo, not just as an alternate "throwback" uniform, but as their honest-to-goodness default design.
Naturally, these cries have largely fallen on deaf ears, as teams generally look to move forward rather than dwell on the past. Attempts to appease these cries through the implementation of throwback uniforms these past two seasons were met with roars of approval, and also had the added effect of creating calls for the uniforms to be used regularly.
Now, there may just be a chance that the old logo could make a triumphant return.
I've been recently told by a source that there is at least one individual within the Miami Dolphins football operations staff that is pushing for the team to return to the classic design and logo on a more permanent basis, though it is not currently known whether the push will bear any fruit.
As per current NFL guidelines, in order for any team to make a change to their uniform design - which naturally would include the logo - they would have to wait a total of five seasons before submitting a desired change to the NFL office.
Since the Dolphins unveiled their new look back in 2013, there's still a fair amount of time to wait before they can out forth a permanent change of any kind, so it is interesting to learn that there is already someone within the organization making an attempt to suggest that the old logo should be the new logo.
Which would you prefer? The current logo or the old logo? Vote below now.
This story was written by Luis Sung. Follow him on Twitter: @LuisDSung
Latest Dolphins News