Tom Brady’s Super Bowl jerseys found in Mexico
America’s biggest crisis has been resolved. Tom Brady’s TWO stolen Super Bowl jerseys have been recovered, as first reported by CSNNE’s Tom Curran.
The thief, posing as a member of the international media, not only stole Brady’s jersey from Super Bowl LI but also nabbed his jersey from Super Bowl XLIX, the NFL announced. The jerseys were found in Mexico.
Brady’s more recent jersey had been valued at $500,000, and the theft was originally classified as a first-degree felony by the Houston police department. The FBI valiantly led the investigation with help from local law enforcement.
Thankfully the FBI invested enough resources to track down this hardened criminal. This case might be the best argument for the travel ban that Brady’s friend, Donald Trump, is so emphatically trying to institute.