Bruce Arians has been making the rounds on national media programs to talk about Tom Brady coming to the Bucs. Among the topics of Brady, Arians was asked on The Dan Patrick Show what the Bucs will do with their new uniforms, suggesting that Brady would look best in the Bucs’ old school creamsicle uniform.
The Bucs last wore the creamsicles in the 2012 season and haven’t been able to wear them since due to the NFL’s helmet rule established in August of 2013 that required each team to use the same helmet in every game after being fitted prior to the start of the season. With the Bucs’ primary helmet color being Pewter, they could not use another helmet with a white color that would match the creamsicles.
But Arians mentioned to Patrick on Wednesday that we could see the Bucs in the fan favorite creamsicles as an alternate uniform in the 20201 season if they change the helmet rule that year.
“I think once the helmet rule changes next year we might have some creamsicles and some throwbacks,” Arians said. “Which I think are the best uniforms in the league.”
You can see Arians interview about the creamsicles along with his excitement for the new uniforms for the 2020 season here.
— Dan Patrick Show (@dpshow) March 25, 2020