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Miami Dolphins Rookies Got Some Awesome Two-Tone Hairdos As Part of Hazing

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The Miami Dolphins have assembled for training camp with expectations set higher for the promising revamped roster than they have been in years, but that doesn't mean the mood is too heavy. Team veterans put Dolphins rookies through some playful hazing by playing hairstylist with a bit of bleach and a lot of imagination.

Star defensive tackle Randy Stark documented the shenanigans on Twitter last night. Paul Soliai meanwhile was responsible for the clearly sophisticated and high fashion dos.

Clearly dying your initial into the side of your head is very "in" this season.

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