- Pat Yasinskas, ESPN Staff Writer
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While announcing that tickets for most individual home games will go on sale July 17, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers revealed a few noteworthy details.
The Bucs announced they will wear throwback uniforms for their Sept. 29 home game against the Arizona Cardinals. That means the Bucs will be wearing the orange and white uniforms that the franchise used early in its existence.
The Bucs also will have a different look when they host Philadelphia on Oct. 13. Their regular uniforms will have pink accents to show support for breast cancer awareness.
The Bucs also will have a special ceremony during halftime of their Nov. 11 game against Miami (a Monday night game on ESPN). They will retire the No. 99 jersey of Warren Sapp, who is scheduled to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Sapp also will be inducted into the team's Ring of Honor during the November festivities.
Tickets for the Sept. 15 regular-season home opener with New Orleans already are on sale. Ticket for the remaining seven regular-season and two preseason home games will go on sale July 17.