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Brady’s stolen jersey found 

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to reports on Monday morning, the NFL has found New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s stolen jersey. The Jersey was stolen following Super Bowl 51.

Minutes after the Patriots historic comeback to the Atlanta Falcons, Brady put his jersey in a bag by his locker. He then looks into the bag — and finds that it was gone.

He then tells a Patriots clubhouse attendant that it was no longer there. They start the search for the missing jersey.

That search has lasted several weeks — and it has reportedly been found by an international media member. The media member, also hijacked Brady’s jersey following Super Bowl 49 when the Patriots won over the Seattle Seahawks.

When the jersey was stolen, the Houston, Texas authorities, along with multiple agencies and the FBI, began the search. They said the crime was valued at $500,000.

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