The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have unveiled the latest version of their “Creamsicle” jerseys, confirming the return of the iconic thread.
The team revealed the new throwback jerseys on Wednesday in a video showing several of the team’s legendary stars, as well as the members of the current roster, in the novel kit. The new unis will be worn for the Bucs’ Week 6 matchup against the Detroit Lions.
“Our fans have waited a decade to see our players back in these classic Creamsicle jerseys, and we are excited to celebrate our rich legacy when we debut these one-of-a-kind uniforms on Oct. 15 against the Detroit Lions,” Bucs chief operating officer Brian Ford said in a team statement.
“As we begin this new era of Buccaneers football, we aim to honor those who have played a vital role in our club’s journey while also appealing to a new generation of fans who will drive our future success.”
Plenty of fans are in love with the new clothing, and you could check out some of their reactions below:
Tampa Bay donned orange, red, and white as its uniform colors from 1976-1996, and their creamsicle throwbacks returned with Bucco Bruce helmets from 2009-2012 before the NFL restricted teams to a single helmet. They came back once the league walked back on the rule.
The new creamsicle jerseys are already available for purchase at the Buccaneers’ team store. Perhaps the most exciting thing about this is the fact that Tom Brady No. 12s can be bought despite the quarterback’s retirement back in February.
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