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The mystery of the missing Tom Brady Super Bowl 51 jersey was solved on Monday. The NFL and Houston law enforcement officials announced that the stolen jersey, which Brady wore during his historic Super Bowl 51 victory, was recovered in Mexico, ending our two-month long national nightmare.
The alleged thief? A prominent Mexican journalist named Mauricio Ortega, who probably came to America to steal our jobs but decided to settle for a fancy sports shirt.
On Thursday, billionaire New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft issued a statement praising law enforcement agencies in the United States and Mexico for working together to find the missing jersey.
“We want to thank the FBI, the Mexican authorities and the many different local agencies that were involved in the investigation and ultimate recovery of Tom Brady’s Super Bowl LI jersey,” Kraft says. “Working along with the Patriots and NFL security, those agencies collectively coordinated an investigation that also led to the recovery of Tom’s missing Super Bowl XLIX jersey. It was great to have both jerseys returned to Gillette Stadium today.
“I don’t know that any agency could have accomplished this independently, but collectively multiple agencies—both in the U.S. and in Mexico—worked together to achieve the goal of retrieving the stolen property. It is another example of the importance of teamwork and what can be accomplished when everyone works together. We appreciate the effort of everyone involved and look forward to returning these jerseys to Tom when he gets back to New England.”
Great job, everybody. And thank you Robert Kraft for your inspiring words.
Now, everybody get back to fighting drug cartels and figuring out how Putin rigged the U.S. election.
Hat Tip – [Bleacher Report]