Preview of the new Tampa Bay Buccaneers jerseys

4:50 PM, Apr 26, 2012   |    comments
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We all remember what the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' uniforms looked like from their first season in 1976.

There's the late, great Lee Roy Selmon, looking good in that creamsicle orange. In fact, the creamsicles came back as throwback uniforms three years ago.

Then in 1997, the Bucs dumped the winking pirate on the helmet, known as Bucco Bruce, for a much more menacing pirate look with a skull and flag on the helmet.

The red and pewter uniform has essentially been the same design for the last 15 years.

Now for the upcoming season, NFL teams are featuring new uniforms that are more refined and tailored than previous years. They will also now be manufactured by Nike, instead of Reebok from previous years.

Sara Yanchuck with the Sports Authority talks about some of the differences with the team's new uniforms in an interview with 10 News anchors Reggie Roundtree and Heather Van Nest. Click on the video above to get an early look.

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