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Quarterback Tom Brady is making a push for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to bring the Creamsicle uniforms back a year earlier.
It was revealed earlier this year that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will bring the fan-favorite Creamsicle uniforms back to the 2023 season. While there is still a year to wait to see the two-time Super Bowl champions bring back the orange uniforms, the Tom Brady influence may be helping to change that.
Brady posted pictures of Buccaneer’s minicamp, one of which was Brady wearing an orange shirt. The caption of the post read “RT if we were to wear Creamsicles this year,” complete with the eye emoji.
Tom Brady pushes to get Creamsicle jerseys back
Will the Brady influence help the NFL change its mind and move their return to 2022?
The team revealed in their statement that they had originally planned to bring the uniforms back to throwback games in 2022, but they pushed it until 2023. Buccaneers cited “global supply chain challenges” and said 2023 is the earliest Nike can produce the uniforms.
Tampa Bay wore the orange and white uniforms, complete with their white helmets with “Bucco Bruce” on them, beginning in 1976. They wore them regularly until 1996.
The Buccaneers actually wore the Creamsicle uniforms sporadically from 2009 to 2013. The reason they stopped doing that was because of the NFL’s rule that each team was only allowed to wear one set of helmets.
For those who want to see Brady wear the Creamsicle uniforms for the first time in his career, they will likely have to wait until 2023.