Fox Sports' Jay Glazer reported that the Super Bowl 51 jersey was "stolen by someone posing as global media member".
Thanks to Texas cops, Tom Brady's Super Bowl jersey is safe and sound in Boston after being swiped from a stadium locker room in Houston, authorities said.
The mystery of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's missing Super Bowl 51 jersey appears to have been solved.
The Tom Brady stolen jersey saga, which started off as an intriguing and anecdotal footnote in the New England Patriots' post-Super Bowl story, has officially morphed into an global crime drama that's nearly stranger than fiction. The jersey he wore in Super Bowl XLIX against the Seahawks was found too, something none of us knew was missing in the first place.
Brady discovered the jersey missing immediately after the game, saying he remembered putting it in his bag.
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The Broncos released the following statement: "We have been in contact with National Football League security regarding a Denver Broncos helmet that could potentially belong to Von Miller". The primary suspect? A member of the worldwide media. "Hopefully when I get the jerseys back I can make something very positive come from this experience". With the locker room still closed to members of the media, Brady posed for photos and mingled with teammates.
A Houston police report and Goldin Auctions valued the jersey at $500,000.
Brady reported that his jersey was stolen from his bag in the Patriots locker room after the February 5 game at NRG Stadium in Houston. If this is indeed the end, it's yet another incredible story of Patriots Super Bowl memorabilia going missing, right along with the Bob Kraft Super Bowl ring that is now in the possession of Vladimir Putin.