Tampa Bay Buccaneers players and coaches are still celebrating the team's Super Bowl 55 victory, and that goes for head coach Bruce Arians as well.
Arians recently tweeted out a picture of a tattoo he got of the Buccaneers logo and a Lombardi Trophy.
A number of Tampa Bay players have been getting tattoos to commemorate their accomplishments including starting safety Antoine Winfield Jr. and wide receiver Mike Evans. It seems like Arians made a promise to join them if the team went all the way.
Arians became the oldest head coach to win a Super Bowl at 69 years old and doesn't look to be slowing down anytime soon. He first joined the Buccaneer back in the 2019 offseason and has since led the team to a 22-14 record, including a 4-0 record in the playoffs.
The Buccaneers are set to become the first Super Bowl winning team to return their entire starting lineup the following season as they look poised to make another postseason run in 2021. If they can pull off a repeat, maybe Arians will keep the trend going and get inked up once again.
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