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Buccaneers Getting New Uniforms for the 2020 Season

The Buccaneers are getting new threads in 2020, as on Wednesday the team teased that new uniforms for the upcoming season are coming.

In the video, which has very V for Vendetta vibes, an artist enters an empty Raymond James Stadium at night, opens a backpack and pulls out newspapers and cans of spray paint. The camera focuses on numerous headlines — “Return to glory,” “Tampa Gets NFL Franchise For ’76,” “MANY HAPPY RETURNS,” “BELIEVE IT,” “SUPER!,” “Bucs uniforms mold old with new,” “Uniform effort,” “A BOLD NEW ERA” and “HOISTING NEW COLORS.”

After plastering the newspaper clippings to a blank wall, the artist spray paints a Bucs ship logo over them. We see three colors: red, orange and what looks like a grayer tone of pewter.

The team declined to comment about the video or about the possibility of new uniforms. That in itself might be a clue that change is coming

Could the Buccaneers Steal QB Philip Rivers Away from the Chargers?

Long time Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is no longer a resident of San Diego, as the QB has moved him and his family to Florida, to be ‘closer to family,’ (his words not ours).

It’s starting to feel that Rivers is setting up an exit plan to leave Los Angeles for good to play for another team in 2020, and being in Florida one team that likely would love to have his services are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

NFL Insider Jason La Canfora stated via Twitter that he’s “hearing a lot of buzz” about Tampa as a potential landing spot for Rivers.

The Bucs have given former first-overall pick Jamies Winston plenty of chances to develop as a starter in the NFL, but he’s just not gotten the job done in his time with the Bucs.

It was just two seasons ago that Rivers threw 32 touchdowns in leading the Bolts to a 12-4 mark and a wild card win over the Ravens.

We will see how much of a push the Bucs puts on to try and get Rivers signature on the bottom line of a contract, and the Bolts had better come up with a plan in case they can’t get the veteran back under center next season.

Video: Buccaneers Host the Rival Falcons in 2019 Season Finale

The Bucs are at home Sunday in their 2019 finale as they take on the rival Falcons.

Here’s the preview:

Video: Winston Throws Four Picks, Buccaneers Fall at Home to Texans 23-20

In a game defined by too many offensive mistakes by the Bucs, the Texans were able to clinch the AFC South with a 23-20 win in Tampa Saturday afternoon.

Here’s the highlights.

Buccaneers Rule Out WR Chris Goodwin for Saturday’s Game vs Texans

The Bucs are set to battle the Texans in a Saturday week 16 battle, and with missing an extra day to rest and recover, the team today ruled out wide receiver Chris Goodwin.

Video: Buccaneers Look to Slow Down Watson and the Texans in Saturday Week 16 Action

The Bucs are home on Saturday in a week 16 battle against DeShaun Watson and the AFC South leading Houston Texans.

Here’s a preview:

Buccaneers WR Chris Godwin’s Season Likely Over After Hamstring Injury

For the second straight week, the Buccaneers are processing unfortunate news regarding their receiving corps, Nick Shook of NFL.com reports.

Seven days after coming to terms with the severity of Mike Evans‘ season-ending hamstring injury, they’re facing the possibility of losing his stellar running mate, Chris Godwin, to the same injury.

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Godwin’s hamstring issue leaves his availability to play again in 2019 in doubt, pending a Tuesday MRI, per a source informed of the situation.

Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians told reporters on Sunday that Godwin’s injury “doesn’t look good,” which is also what he said about Evans before the team placed him on injured reserve.

Godwin has been on a steady upward climb since the start of the 2018 season, but 2019 was his true breakout campaign. The former Penn State star realized his talents at the professional level this season, catching 86 passes for 1,333 yards and nine touchdowns as part of a high-flying offense that often passed out of necessity because of early deficits.

The result was a career year for Godwin, who currently ranks second in receiving yards in the NFL and will likely earn his first Pro Bowl nod.

Video: Winston Throws Four TD’s, Buccaneers Top Lions 38-17

The Bucs got a monster day from Jameis Winston, as he went for 458 yards and four TD’s in a Bucs 38-17 win over the Lions in Detroit.

Here’s the video: