After a cross-border investigation, Tom Brady's stolen Super Bowl jerseys with the New England Patriots, according to the Associated Press. The number 12 jerseys worn during Super Bowl LI and XLIX made their way back to Gillette Stadium on Thursday, the FBI announced.
The quarterback's stolen jerseys went missing from the Patriots' locker room after the stunning comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons on Feb. 5. Mexican authorities found the items, plus a Denver Broncos helmet, in the possession of a Mexican media executive named Martin Mauricio Ortega.
Ortega has not been charged in the case and has not commented. An FBI spokesperson declined to comment as well.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft said he looks forward to returning the jerseys to Brady when he returns to New England.
"It is another example of the importance of teamwork and what can be accomplished when everyone works together," Kraft said
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