Buccaneers unveil new uniforms inspired by Super Bowl-era look
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Tom Brady won't be the only player in fresh attire when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers kick off the 2020 NFL season.

The Buccaneers unveiled on Tuesday a set of new uniforms heavily inspired by the club's aesthetic from 1997 to 2013 - a period that includes Tampa Bay's lone Super Bowl appearance and win.

Gone are the much-maligned "alarm clock numbers," chrome facemasks, and ultra-modern stripes of the 2014-2019 uniforms. Taking their place is a streamlined look featuring traditional block numbers and striping.

The new uniform set also includes the Buccaneers' first-ever pewter jersey, which will allow the team to don an all-pewter Color Rush look.

The set notably doesn't feature an orange and white "creamsicle" throwback option, but with head coach Bruce Arians recently saying the NFL will relax its one-helmet rule in 2021, perhaps that campy classic will be added to the Buccaneers' lockers in a year.

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