The Bucs sent out a tweet that has the entire fan base in a tizzy. They tweeted a video of a person walking into Raymond James stadium and pulling old newspaper clippings with suggestive headlines such as "Return to Glory" and "Uniform Effort" (among other headlines) and the person plastering the clippings on the wall and then spray painting a collage on the wall.
The Bucs last had a uniform change in 2014 when they moved away from their classic red and white tops and pewter pants, which they had on for 17 years (including their Super Bowl winning year), before moving to their current design which co-chairman Edward Glazer said was "sleek" and "modern design." Of course we all remember the Creamsicle jerseys that the team wore when they first came into existence.
The NFL mandates that teams can change jerseys after five years unless there's a change in ownership or the team moves. Fans did not like the uniform change back in 2014 and could be getting their wish of a new uniform as soon as this year.