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Buccaneers New Helmet is Big Deal

Feb 19 2014, 1:15am CST | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

Buccaneers New Helmet is Big Deal
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Buccaneers are changing logo and helmet design the first time since 17 years. Apparently tons of fans are excited to see the new helmet design to be unveiled on Thursday by Warren Sapp.

The Buccaneers New Helmet design and logo are a hot topic today on the web and social networks. Hall of Famer Warren Sapp will unveil on the NFL Network on Thursday the new Buccaneers helmet. This is the first logo and helmet re-design since the team got new uniforms in 1997.

Warren Sapp announced the big unveil of the new Buccaneers logo on Twitter yesterday afternoon. The former Buccaneers is working as a commentator on NFL Network now.  During a segment of the NFL Network Total Access show on Thursday airing at 8:00 p.m. ET, Warren Sapp will reveal a new Buccaneers logo and helmet. In the image above you see the current Tampa Bay helmet. The logo definitely can use a timely update. I expect it to be cleaner and fresher colors.

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