The NFL on Monday released a statement affirming that a joint operation between the league, the New England Patriots’ security teamand the FBI recuperated quarterback Tom Brady’s stolen Super Bowl LI jersey.
The uniform top, which had an assessed estimation of $500,000 by Houston police, had been absent for over a month and a half. The class additionally recouped a Tom Brady shirt worn in New England’s Super Bowl XLIX win over the Seahawks amid the operation.
As per an announcement from an NFL representative, “the items were found in possession of a credentialed member of the international media.”
The revelation of a moment pullover was an unforeseen advancement as it was not beforehand realized that Brady was feeling the loss of his past Super Bowl uniform what’s more.
“The jersey, I put it in my bag, and I came out, and it wasn’t there anymore,” Brady said during his MVP news conference a day after New England’s thrilling comeback win in Super Bowl LI. “It’s unfortunate because that’s a nice piece of memorabilia. If it ends up on eBay, let me know.”
He included: “Those are pretty special ones to keep. What can you do?” Brady said. “I’ll take the ring, and that’s good enough for me.”
Brady played his disappointment off well amid the MVP news meeting, yet in a video taken by NFL.com’s Dan Hanzus in the locker room after the Super Bowl, the 39-year-old was obviously enraged. With more knowledge into the situation now available, it’s anything but difficult to perceive any reason why.
The uniform is obviously an integral part of NFL legend. The Patriots had recently finished the best rebound in Super Bowl history, with Brady and his 43-of-62, 466-yard, two-touchdown execution driving the way. It was Brady’s fourth Super Bowl MVP honor and his fifth championship.