-The big news of the day was that the Buccaneers confirmed a change in uniforms coming in April of this year. The social team had teased the possibility a couple weeks ago with this video:
It caused speculation across the interwebs and on Monday, the Bucs finally confirmed it indeed meant new uniforms for the upcoming 2020 season. The confirmation video depicts snippets of all three of the major iterations of the Buccaneer uniform, starting with Creamsicle orange to the change to red and pewter during the Super Bowl era and then finally to the current flashy red. Then it cuts away to a sewing machine presumably sewing the new uniform and the video ends with the words 'Coming in April 2020.'
It was accompanied by the words 'We heard you' meaning that the organization has truly taken fans' input to heart. Scott Smith has you covered on what more you can expect.
-A year in and the Bucs boast one of the most qualified and diverse staffs in NFL history. As a nod to Black History Month, we took a deeper dive into the resumes behind BA's four coordinators: Todd Bowles, Byron Leftwich, Keith Armstrong and Harold Goodwin. Trust, Loyalty and Respect may be the team's guiding pillars, but it's also what helped bring this staff together. Read more about their stories – and the stories they have about BA – here.
-In the spirit of big announcements, the Buccaneers also revealed who would be the next Buccaneer great to enter the Ring of Honor. Legendary defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin, who helped the Bucs perfect the Cover 2 defense so well that it became known as the "Tampa Two," will see his name displayed inside Raymond James Stadium this season, with an unveiling ceremony to be determined upon the NFL schedule release.