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NEW TAMPA OWNERS TO THROW BUCCANEER BRUCE OVERBOARD?
Published March 27, 1995
New Bucs Owner Malcolm Glazer plans to "ditch the swashbuckler and orange and white colors that have graced Tampa Bay's uniforms and helmets since the team's first season." The change will not take place in '95 since the league deadline for logo change requests has passed. Once the Glazers decide on new colors and logo for '96, they must seek approval from the NFL before September 1. In Tampa, Nick Pugliese notes the team is traditionally at the bottom of NFL merchandising sales (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 3/25).