Tom Brady’s Jersey Stolen After Super Bowl Win

After the New England Patriots chalked up a fifth Super Bowl win against the Atlanta Falcons Sunday night, someone with unverified access to the Patriots’ locker room stole quarterback Tom Brady’s game-winning jersey.

“Around the NFL” writer Dan Hanzus posted a video late Sunday night of a confused Tom Brady inquiring about the location of his jersey with Patriots owner Bob Kraft.

The following exchange occurred between the two:

Brady: “Somebody stole my game jersey.”

Kraft: “Well, you better look online.”

Brady later held an interview with ESPN, revealing that the jersey was still M.I.A. “It will be on eBay soon, I guess,” a disheartened Brady said.

According to USA Today, Brady was quite frantic when he could not initially locate the jersey. “It was right here. I know exactly where I put it,” said Brady. “This is not good. It was right here and now I don’t have it. Not good.”

Some users on Twitter rather jokingly began identifying the possible culprit behind the thievery of the jersey: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

One Twitter user wrote: “Roger Goodell so mad the Patriots won he stole Brady’s jersey…SMH.”

Another tweeted: “Goodell definitely stole Brady’s jersey.”

H/T: Daily Mail

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