The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are ushering in a new era with a throwback to the past.
The team has gone through numerous alterations and overhauls to their uniforms in recent years, and are changing it up once again in effort to find a lasting design.
The newest iteration of the Buccaneers uniforms appear to be a nod to the 2002 Super Bowl team, with the red juxtaposed by warm grey and white with the pirate ship alternate logo featured on the sleeve. Gone are the alarm clock style reflective numbers and creamsicle orange accents.
The Bucs aren’t set to officially release the new threads until a few months time, and while no actual photos of them have been released, Paul Lukas of UniWatch says he has seen them, and has created what he says are accurate Photoshop renderings based on the detailed notes he took.
Graphic designer Samer Ali has created his own interpretation of the same soon-to-be design.
As strange as it still sounds to say, these new uniforms will have the name ‘Brady’ grace the back of one of them.