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Buccaneers unveil uniform schedule for 2019

A change to recent trends in which jerseys are worn, and when.

NFL: Preseason-Cleveland Browns at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

If fans of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have their way, then their favorite team will have a new uniform to wear on the field as early as next season.

For now, at least, they’ll have to continue on with the current design which was revealed back in 2014.

Since then, the groans about the uniform have only grown louder and more consistent, and have since been joined by the ire of fans long frustrated over the team’s refusal to wear red jerseys during home games.

Well, they’ll get at least part of their wish with the 2019 NFL season as the Bucs unveiled their uniform plans for the year.

Tampa Bay will wear their red jerseys with pewter pants six times this season with five of those occurrences happening during home games and four in Raymond James Stadium. The lone road game of the year where this uniform combination is expected to appear is during Week 4 in Los Angeles to face the Rams.

The Buccaneers will wear all white uniforms more times than not, as they’ll appear in half of their regular season matches in the somewhat monochromatic outfit. Only one of those times will come at home, on November 10th against the Arizona Cardinals.

For the remaining two games, the Buccaneers will wear their all red ‘Color Rush’ uniforms. Both of these will come at home when Tampa Bay hosts the New Orleans Saints in mid-November, and then again when the Luckless Colts come to town in early December.

What do we think, Bucs fans? Are we happy with the uniform plans for 2019?


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