Tom Brady's Super Bowl Jersey Recovered, Stolen By Media Member

Tom Brady's Super Bowl Jersey Recovered, Stolen By Media Member

Tom Brady's jersey, which went missing last month after the New England Patriots' stunning Super Bowl victory in a historic game, has been recovered, the National Football League announced Monday.

In addition, a Denver Broncos helmet, potentially from Super Bowl 50, was also found with the memorabilia.

It hadn't been publicly disclosed that Brady's Super Bowl XLIX jersey and Miller's equipment had previously gone missing.

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. He confirmed that the suspect had legitimate access to the Super Bowl.

Appearing on The Herd Monday, Fox Sports' Jay Glazer released a video of the suspect under investigation in the Tom Brady Super Bowl jersey heist.

The mystery surrounding Tom Brady's Super Bowl jersey has been solved, and the details are a little disturbing if they're true in terms of who was behind it.

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Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo reported on social media that his officers with the Major Offenders Division traced the jersey to Mexico with the help of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and foreign authorities.

The NFL credentialed 5,700 media members, "including several hundred from Mexico".

"I put it in my bag and I came out and it wasn't there anymore", Brady said the next day. "If it shows up on eBay or something, somebody let me know". The outlet said that its editors hadn't known about Ortega's connection to the jersey disappearance until the news today.

While the 39-year-old quarterback still has all five of his Superbowl rings, the team's owner, Robert Kraft, is lacking one of the heavy, diamond-encrusted mementoes.

Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick called in a unit of the state Department of Public Safety to help determine the whereabouts of the jersey.

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