Buccaneers are changing logo and helmet design for the first time since 17 years. The Buccaneers fans go wild online in anticipation. Warren Sapp will unveil the Buccaneers New Helmet and enhanced logo tonight on NFL Television. A new concept surfaced that triggered a response from Sapp on Twitter.
Hall of Famer Warren Sapp will unveil on the NFL Network the new Buccaneers helmet. During a segment of the NFL Network Total Access show airing at 8:00 p.m. ET Sapp will show off the new helmet and the updated logo.
Buccaneers fans can't wait and are looking to find pointers to how the new helmets will look like. Warren Sapp has let it slip yesterday on Twitter that the new helmet has a Chrome Grill and that it is "Fire."
So far the Buccaneers managed to keep the new logo and helmet under wraps. Because there are no leaks yet, or are there?
A new Buccaneers Helmet and Logo design got published on Facebook by Jim Van Fleet, Chief Meteorologist at WTSP 10 News Tampa TV station. His design got the attention of Warren Sapp, who responded on Twitter saying "Not even close." See the Twitter exchange below.
So there is no other way around it. Bucs fans have to wait another couple hours until 8pm to see the new New Buccaneers Helmet and Logo. I applaud Bucs to be able to keep the designs a secret in times of hacking and privacy under attack.
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