Tom Brady dons new Buccaneers’ duds

The world has finally seen Tom Brady in an NFL uniform other than that of the New England Patriots, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers unveiled photos of Brady in their new garb on Tuesday.

The Bucs published a gallery on their website with 41 photos, showing Brady donning the team’s home reds, road whites and alternate pewter jerseys.

Brady and the team had teased the images on Monday, with the Bucs’ Twitter account asking, “When should we release the first photos of @TomBrady in a Bucs uniform?”

Brady replied, “Tomorrow.”

The Bucs unveiled redesigned uniforms earlier this offseason, moving to a simpler look more like what they wore from 1997-2013 than the modernized red, pewter and orange look of the past five seasons.

Jan 27, 2020; Miami Beach, Florida; USA; General overall view of locker room exhibit of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) at the NFL Experience at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Brady, who turns 43 in August, played his first 20 seasons with the New England Patriots, who had the same primary uniforms for the entirety of his tenure. He signed with the Bucs in March as a free agent.

The Patriots announced in April that their new primary jerseys will be a modified variation of their Color Rush look of the past few years. Their previous primary uniforms were introduced in 2000, the year Brady was drafted.

–Field Level Media