DAVIE, Fla. -- Inside the lobby of the Miami Dolphins' training facility, all around those two static Super Bowl trophies perched at the center of the room, an identity crisis of sorts has finally been remedied.
No longer will you find former left tackle Jake Long's jersey. Or memorabilia recognizing the leaders of 2012, like Reggie Bush and Davone Bess and Sean Smith. Even the placards identifying the men's room and the ladies' room have been updated, with new logos bearing a porpoise in an altered position.
Yes, slowly but surely, the organization is managing to catch up with itself. Miami has successfully renewed the aesthetics of the building in the midst of a wild offseason featuring a flurry of decisions that have rebranded this team, on and off the field. And it's all starting to look pretty good.
"I have to check what I'm wearing half the time," Dolphinshead coach Joe Philbin said with a laugh during a conversation Friday with NFL.com.
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