MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami Dolphins will take the field for Organized Team Activities this week.
The Dolphins’ stadium is in the process of having four brand new video boards and a roof canopy installed to protect fans from the elements and bring the building into the 21st century.
The team’s Super Bowl Host Committee is in Charlotte, North Carolina trying to bring the Super Bowl back to South Florida. The Super Bowls up for bids are in 2019, 2020 and 2021.
The 2016 NFL season may be four months away but there is certainly a lot going on around the Dolphins at the moment.
On Monday the team released another piece of news to help fans get excited for the upcoming season.
The Dolphins unveiled a website that displays what the team’s uniforms will be for every home game in 2016.
In addition to the traditional aqua and white uniforms, Miami will also bring back the 1966 throwback uniforms that debuted last December for a Monday Night Football game against the New York Giants.
The Dolphins will wear their all-white uniforms four times at home.
Miami’s home opener against the Cleveland Browns on September 25th, against the Tennessee Titans on October 9th, against the Pittsburgh Steelers on October 16th and on December 11th against the Arizona Cardinals.
Miami will bring out the all-aqua uniforms twice at home, on November 6th against the New York Jets and on January 1st against the New England Patriots.
There will also be two home games where Miami brings out the ’66 throwbacks that were received so well last season, on October 23rd against the Buffalo Bills and on November 27th against the San Francisco 49ers.
Additionally, the Dolphins will participate in the NFL’s Color Rush campaign when they face the Cincinnati Bengals for Thursday Night Football on September 29th.
While the uniform colors have yet to be released, both teams will be wearing some kind of alternate uniforms which means that Miami will not be wearing white or aqua.
This likely means that the Dolphins color rush jerseys will be either orange or blue, but we’ll have to wait and see.