The NFLs crime of the century (apart from the Deflategate unpleasantness) has been wrapped up: Tom Brady has his Super Bowl jersey back

The NFLs crime of the century (apart from the Deflategate unpleasantness) has been wrapped up: Tom Brady has his Super Bowl jersey back.

The jerseys, which were worn by Brady in Super Bowls LI and XLIX were taken by a member of the international media after each game, according to the NFL. Martin Mauricio Ortega, a former director of the Mexican newspaper Diario La Prensa is alleged to have been the culprit.

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They’re back! Robert Kraft presents Tom Brady with the jerseys he wore in Super Bowl XLIX and Super Bowl LI. pic.twitter.com/0AsuqS1j3Z

April 3, 2017

The New England Patriots tweeted a video of team owner Robert Kraft returning the jerseys to Brady on Monday. [The jerseys] took an international trip, Kraft said to Brady as he handed over the shirts. Thats awesome, responded Brady.

Brady led the Patriots to a thrilling comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons in Februarys Super Bowl LI and the jersey he wore in that game was said to have an estimated value of $500,000.

Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2017/apr/03/tom-brady-super-bowl-jerseys-returned-new-england-patriots