The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quietly made an adjustment to Raymond James Stadium in year one of the post-Tom Brady era. According to Pewter Report, the Bucs have removed the temporary "Krewe's Nest" section that was opened up for Brady's final NFL season.
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk noted that this increased the capacity to nearly 70,000, and that the removal of Krewe's Nest takes away about 3,600 seats.
After missing the postseason every year from 2008 to 2019, Brady led the Bucs to three straight playoff appearances. This, of course, was highlighted by a victory in Super Bowl 55 and followed up by back-to-back NFC South division titles.