Tampa Bay Buccaneers

RJS Video Boards Nearing Completion

Raymond James Stadium is almost ready for the 2016 season.

A look at updates being made to Raymond James Stadium.

With training camp and the preseason right around the corner, renovations at Raymond James Stadium are nearing completion. Several areas of the Buccaneers' home stadium have been upgraded for the 2016 season, with a focal point being all-new HD video boards throughout the entire stadium.

When all is said and done, the Bucs' video display space will be the third-largest in the league. Raymond James Stadium will feature 9,600-square foot end zone boards and towers measuring 2,304 square feet. All together, the boards will total more than 28,000 square feet.

The boards are almost done, and progress can be seen by clicking through the photo gallery above. For the Buccaneers' rookies, they will never know anything but the new video boards. They were given a behind-the-scenes tour of their new home stadium on Tuesday and had an opportunity to see the giant boards first-hand from the field. To book an appointment with the sales center for the upcoming season, click **HERE**.


Buccaneers rookies tour the renovated Raymond James Stadium.*

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