Tom Brady’s Jersey that he wore in the Superbowl disappeared a month ago after the New England Patriots’ staggering Super Bowl triumph in a memorable comeback, has been recuperated, the NFL declared Monday.

The jersey was found “in the hands of a credentialed employee from the universal media,” the NFL said in an announcement. Houston police said it was recouped in Mexico.

A Mexican daily paper organization, the Mexican Editorial Organization, said on Twitter that a previous official from newspaper Diario La Prensa was included for the situation, the Associated Press revealed.

It was recovered close by another Jersey: one Brady wore in 2015 when the Patriots won the Super Bowl against the Seattle Seahawks. That Jersey was additionally in the possession of the anonymous individual from the media, the NFL declared.

At a news conference, Acevedo said that the Jersey Brady wore in the 2017 Super Bowl is in the hands of the NFL and FBI, in Boston. He said it was stolen in Houston, which is the place the Superbowl was held.

“The suspect doesn’t live in the city of Houston yet the investigation is progressing,” he said. “He went to the wrong state,” Acevedo stated, without saying the suspect name. “You don’t come to Texas and you don’t take when the eyes of the world are on our state.”

He said endeavors were being made to confirm the two Jerseys that were found, however included that “we’re exceedingly certain that these are the Jerseys.”

The advancements come a month and a half after Brady was named MVP in Super Bowl LI. Brady drove one of the best comebacks in games history, lifting New England from a 25-guide opening toward the Patriots’ fifth NFL title – in the primary Super Bowl extra time.

Brady’s jersey from the current year’s Super Bowl is estimated at $500,000, from a police report filed by the Houston Police Department.









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