Last week, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced they were set to unveil a redesigned version of their helmet and logo for the 2014 season.

Last night, Pro Bowl defensive tackle Gerald McCoy and Hall of Famer Warren Sapp hit the NFL Network to debut the new look. . Much like Sapp hinted via twitter, the big eye catcher here is the inclusion of a chromed face mask, which is a first for the NFL and give's the helmets a unique one of a kind look. The logo on the helmet keeps the same as years past for the most part, as they kept the traditional skull and sword Bucs flag logo, but made minor detail adjustments.

The Bucs couldn't look worse on the field in 2013, so fans can only hope a new logo, helmet and addition of head coach Lovie Smith, can turn them around in 2014.

2014 redesigned Bucs logo and helmet
Image via Buccaneers


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