Tampa Bay Buccaneers unveil new uniforms to welcome new era
The Tom Brady era in Tampa Bay is going to get underway this year, external circumstances permitting.
So as the the team welcomes in one of the game’s all-time great quarterbacks to fit with head coach Bruce Arians, they also revealed a new set of uniforms on Tuesday that maintain the same logo and colors with a new design.
The Atlanta Falcons also are expected to reveal new uniforms for the 2020 season.
The Buccaneers rolled out theirs in a video that featured multiple players. Ironically, they followed up their tweet with a disclaimer that the video was filmed before Chris Godwin switched numbers. Godwin had No. 12 but has since ceded it to Brady.
At the end, the video displays three players wearing the three different jersey tops — black, white and red. The black top is accompanied by black pants, the white jersey with white pants and the red jersey with black pants.
The design itself is a far simpler look than what the Bucs have sported in recent years. The old jerseys had sections on the shoulders that were a different color from the rest of the jersey; the new ones are one color throughout. The new threads also have uniform numbers that are in a more traditional jersey font, departing from the old font that was unique, to say the least.
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