Dolphins, Vikings new uniforms photos leaked

The Miami Dolphins and Minnesota Vikings will be wearing new uniforms next season to go along with their new logos.

The Miami Dolphins and Minnesota Vikings will both be sporting new uniforms in 2013. Images of those uniforms were released on Tuesday.

The new logo for the Dolphins leaked in March, and now images of their new uniforms have leaked as well. The Dolphins' new uniforms revert back to their original aqua color, with the more recent Miami uniforms appearing closer to teal.

Other changes to the uniforms include a reduction in the use of orange and a change to white facemasks in addition to the obvious logo change. The new uniforms also changed the font and got rid of the drop shadow effect that had been used on the numbers.

The Minnesota Vikings underwent a far less noticeable logo change than the Dolphins, but will also be wearing new uniforms in 2013.

Minnesota's new uniforms change the shoulder stripes and get rid of the stripes down the side of the jersey as well as the yellow outline around the numbers. The stripe on the pants has changed as well.

Both new uniforms were scheduled to be unveiled on Thursday, April 25.

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