Year in and year out the player murals have been used to promote the team and decorate the outside of Raymond James Stadium. They have also been used to speculate a players role with the team. Even in one case, they were used to speculate a certain quarterback’s future with the team. Simply because his picture wasn’t on one of the murals. With just one mural up let the speculation begin.
Player murals are now going up outside Raymond James Stadium. Need further proof that @CGtwelve_ is expected to play a major role in the Bucs' offense? Here it is. https://t.co/DP6cS2TwFh pic.twitter.com/4NCW8a4Rb5
— JennaLaineESPN (@JennaLaineESPN) July 30, 2019
When the murals go up at Raymond James, it is a good sign. As it means the season is right around the corner. What’s better is seeing wide receivers Mike Evans and Chris Godwin side by side on the first mural. A preview of what some are calling the next great wide receiver tandem in the league.