December 4, 2022

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Creamsicle Jerseys Could Return Sooner Than Later?

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DANIEL WALLACE | Times TP_314194_WALL_Bucs_9 (11/08/2009 Tampa) Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Michael Clayton (80) grabs a pass form Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman (5) for 29 yards, helping drive to a touchdown. SECOND HALF ACTION: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers play the Green Bay Packers at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa on Monday, November 8, 2009. [DANIEL WALLACE, Times]

It is a fact that the throwback creamsicle jerseys are making a comeback, and the team should have been able to have them this season. However, the team had rumored issues, from obtaining materials to missing deadlines, but now it seems that those issues may be behind the team.

Recently Tom Brady tweeted some pictures from camp along with the caption: “RT (retweet) if we should wear the creamsicles this year๐Ÿ‘€”

We are all eyes for sure. Most fans are on the fence about the creamsicle uniforms and complain that the uniform’s color evokes memories of years of losing, which causes many to hate the idea of bringing them back โ€” while others just find the color hideous. Others love the color and see it as part of our heritage that cannot be denied. And then there is a set of people who think the uniform is one of the greatest of all time. I find myself to be in that group of folks who find the uniform to be outstanding.

Nothing is official yet other than the fact that we are allowed to wear them in 2023. Whether you love the uniform or hate them, this is what is likely to be Brady’s last season as an NFL player, and if he wants them, you better believe they will try to find a way to get them. His retirement and unretirement literally put the NFL schedule makers into a scramble having to crumble up their hard work and start over. Yes, Brady has that kind of influence. Tom Brady already has one of the highest-selling jerseys on the market, but an officially licensed creamsicle would set landslide records for jersey sales.