The mystery of who stole Tom Brady's Super Bowl jersey has finally been solved. It appears that it was a member of the Mexican media.
Breaking911 reported: At last, the biggest mystery of Super Bowl LI (apart from why the Atlanta Falcons stopped running the ball) has been solved and in this instance it may be safe to blame the media.
Tom Brady’s jersey, the one that has been missing since shortly after he led the New England Patriots to a historic victory Feb. 5, was “in the possession of a credentialed member of the international media,” the NFL said in a statement, citing a joint recovery effort by the FBI, other law-enforcement agencies, and the security teams of the NFL and New England Patriots.
And, in a twist on the story, a second Brady Super Bowl jersey, which had gone missing after the Patriots’ XLIX victory, was also found in Mexico.
“The jersey is in the hands of the NFL and FBI now,” Houston police chief Art Acevedo said during a Monday morning news conference in Houston. “The reason the jersey was recovered is because of the outstanding work of the men and women of the Houston Police Department. It was not our highest priority, but the only blemish on our Super Bowl was the theft of the jersey.
“Our investigators developed information from an informant here that led them to Mexico. As a result, we were able to work with the FBI and Mexican authorities and the jersey, along with one from Super Bowl XLIX, were subsequently recovered. They were taken to Boston, where efforts are underway to authenticate the jerseys. We are confident that they are authentic.”
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