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GLAZERS HOPE FOR FAN SUPPORT AND NEW UNIFORMS FOR THEIR BUCS
Published March 22, 1995
In a one-on-one interview with the ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, new Bucs Owner Malcolm Glazer's oldest son, Bryan spoke on the family's plan for the team. On the lowering of ticket prices, Glazer said their "intention was do things that was different from other teams in the league. ... Some teams will be left behind in the era of the salary cap and the labor agreement, some of the old-style teams that have not adapted to this change. And I think you already are starting to see that." Glazer added that they would have liked to change their uniforms for '95, but were not allowed by NFL Properties. Glazer: "We were disappointed that we must wait a year, because you could come in there with a whole new image" (Don Banks, ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, 3/22).