Police in Houston only confirmed locating the Super Bowl 51 jersey, along with a second Tom Brady jersey stolen from Super Bowl 49.
Fox Sports 1's Jay Glazer obtained security footage from just after Super Bowl LI, when a man entered the Patriots locker room with players and left with a bag under his arm. He then reported the "NFL believes the jersey was stolen by someone posing as worldwide media member".
The league announced investigators had also recovered Brady's game jersey from New England's 2015 Super Bowl victory over the Seattle Seahawks from the same party, which it did not immediately identify. And the Houston Police Department estimated the value of the game-worn jersey at a whopping $500,000.
Thanks to Texas cops, Tom Brady's Super Bowl jersey is safe and sound in Boston after being swiped from a stadium locker room in Houston, authorities said. "If it shows up on eBay or something, somebody let me know". It said in a statement that he resigned March 14 because of family health issues. The Broncos have been notified that Miller's helmet may also be among the items that were recovered, according to team spokesman Patrick Smyth.
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Authorities said they are considering criminal charges against Ortego, pending further investigation. He also tweeted about the recovery of the jerseys.
"That person of interest, I'm told, is an global member of the media".
"You don't come to Texas and embarrass us here on our own turf", Acevedo told reporters on Monday.
The 39-year-old Brady set Super Bowl records for most passing attempts (62), most completions (43) and most passing yards (466) as New England overcame a 28-3 deficit to beat the Falcons. "Whenever you're dealing with global soil, with anything overseas, with someone breaking into, basically, a Super Bowl locker room, that's so incredibly secure, this story will only get more and more [wild]".