MiamiHerald / The Miami Dolphins will be making some changes to their uniform for the 2018 season, five years after revamping their previous uniforms and logo.

An NFL source familiar with the looming changes told the Miami Herald the coming look will not be so drastic as to go back to the throwback uniforms fans have shown an affinity for in recent years.

The throwback uniforms — right out of what the team sported in its 1966 inaugural season — will continue to be used as an alternate two games per season, as per NFL guidelines.

The source said the changes to the regular uniform will be an “evolution rather than a revolution,” from the current uniform that employs aqua, orange, blue and white as the team’s color palette.


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