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Brady's jersey stolen again, this time in fun at Fenway Park

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In the hours after the Patriots stunning comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI, news broke that New England QB Tom Brady's jersey from the game had disappeared.

"It took an global trip", Kraft joked. Each had a Lombardi Trophy in tow as they made the trek from inside the Green Monster in left field to the mound.

Understandably, Brady was happy to get his jerseys back. However, seconds later, Rob Gronkowski - fresh off his WrestleMania 33 appearance - swiped the jersey away and attempted to run off with it. Brady chased him down and once again had the jersey - valued at $500,000 - in his possession.

Tom Brady helped the Boston Red Sox open their 2017 season by making an open-field tackle at Fenway Park. Joining Brady, Gronk and Kraft were James White, who scored the winning touchdown in overtime, and fellow running back Dion Lewis.

Brady's game-day jersey from the Falcons game, as well as another jersey worn by Brady from Super Bowl XLIX in 2015, was retrieved after an investigation led by the FBI - both found in possession of worldwide media member Mauricio Ortega in Mexico. Houston police and the FBI assisted in the investigation, and Kraft thanked them anew.

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