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BUCCANEERS' ORANGE PANTS TO LIVE ANOTHER YEAR
Published March 13, 1996
The Bucs' plan to change uniforms, colors and logo for the '96 season has been "put on hold" while the team's future in Tampa remains uncertain, according to the TAMPA TRIBUNE. Meanwhile, the Tampa stadium situation has yet to be discussed formally by owners at the Palm Beach, FL, meetings. Bucs VP Joel Glazer said he "was not sure" if the Bucs will have the opportunity to address owners. He added the team has no talks scheduled with negotiators from Tampa (Pat Yasinskas, TAMPA TRIBUNE, 3/13).