Buccaneers have changed their logo and helmet design for the first time since 17 years. Warren Sapp unveiled the new helmet on TV last night. See the new helmet below in hi-res. The new logo and helmet got well received so far.
Hall of Famer Warren Sapp unveiled now on the NFL Network the new Buccaneers helmet. During a segment of the NFL Network Total Access show, Sapp showed off the new helmet and the updated logo.
The new Buccaneers helmet is all black with a chrome grill. The pirate logo got bigger and the skull is featured on a big red flag. The new Buccaneers helmet looks strong. Let's see if the new look can change their game.
The black color of the helmet makes a strong statement that got positive reviews so far from fans and media. The helmet looks strong. The enlarged and cleaner logo is also putting more emphasis on the identity of the Buccaneers.
See the new Bucs helmet in hi-res on the Buccaneers site. The helmet took over the homepage. The new design is definitely a big deal for the team.
The Buccaneers published the segment when Warren Sapp unveils the new helmet here. See some tweets about the new bucs logo and helmet below.
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