Established in 1966, the Miami Dolphins are part of the East Division of the American Football Conference in the National Football League (NFL) and are based in sunny Miami, FL. The Dolphins have won two Super Bowls, both in the early 1970s, and are the only team to have won all games in a single season but are best known for having Dan Marino as a QB for many years. Lately, not much has been noteworthy to the Dolphins until last December when a sketch of their new logo was leaked and then again in early March when another version was leaked until it was confirmed in late March that, indeed, a new logo was being introduced and unless they are leaked beforehand, new uniforms are set to appear later in April.
Joining the league as an expansion team in 1995, the Jacksonville Jaguars play in the South Division of the American Football Conference in the NFL. The team has done well over the last seventeen years, winning two division championships and making six playoff appearances. Yesterday, the Florida-based team announced a new identity to replace the one they’ve playing with since the beginning.
NFL Media, owned by the National Football League, controls the different media properties of the organization, including its popular NFL Network launched in 2003 and the game day-only channel NFL RedZone. The roster also includes the NFL Mobile and NFL.com as well as NFL Films, first established in 1962 producing acclaimed commercials, television programs, feature films, and documentaries. Yesterday, NFL Media announced an integrated redesign of all the logos of its properties that will officially launch on April 26, the day of the Draft.
Joining the NFL as an expansion team in 1995, the Carolina Panthers have a total record of 131 wins and 150 losses and have even made it to the Super Bowl (XXXVIII in Houston) in which they lost to the New England Patriots. Over the weekend, which happened to be Pro Bowl weekend, the Panthers introduced a new logo designed by the NFL’s creative department.