Houston Police Chief says missing Tom Brady jerseys were found in Mexico

Houston Police Chief says missing Tom Brady jerseys were found in Mexico

Houston Police Chief says missing Tom Brady jerseys were found in Mexico

Tom Brady's missing jerseys from Super Bowl LI and XLIX have been found, the National Football League said Monday.

The NFL says the jerseys were in "possession of a credentialed member of the worldwide media".

Houston police chief Art Acevedo proudly congratulated his team on finding the jersey, but was equally quick to say it wasn't a "top priority" in a city with violent crime.

Brady discovered his latest jersey was missing following the Patriots' 34-28 overtime victory over the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI on February 5.

That sparked an investigation involving the FBI and other law enforcement agencies, who have recovered the jersey as well as the one worn by Brady in New England's Super Bowl XLIX victory over Seattle in 2015. The sentimental value is inestimable for Brady, who tried to remain philosophical about the loss.

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The mystery of Tom Brady's stolen Super Bowl jersey has been cracked.

A Mexican newspaper's former executive was involved in the case of Tom Brady's missing jerseys, the company that owns the publication said Monday. That unidentified media member is also under investigation for taking Von Miller's helmet and/or cleats after the Broncos beat the Panthers previous year in the Super Bowl, per Glazer.

Investigation began immediately following Super Bowl 51, as Brady could not locate his jersey - which Police valued at $500,000 - after placing it inside his bag. With the locker room still closed to members of the media, Brady posed for photos and mingled with teammates.

The Patriots were not messing around and filed a police report with the Houston Police Department, listing Brady as the victim of theft. Ortega posed as someone covering the Super Bowl for an worldwide media outlet and took the jerseys following both games.

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