Well, it’s finally happened. Tom Brady, at long last, has been reunited with his Super Bowl jerseys.
Following two championships, a pair of locker room thefts and one intensely publicized and ultimately successful international criminal investigation, Patriots owner Robert Kraft officially presented his star quarterback with the missing jerseys
They're back! Robert Kraft presents Tom Brady with the jerseys he wore in Super Bowl XLIX and Super Bowl LI. pic.twitter.com/0AsuqS1j3Z
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) April 3, 2017
Just like they did two years ago after they won the Super Bowl, Brady and members of the New England Patriots took the field at Fenway Park as part of Boston’s Opening Day ceremony.
The jersey the FBI searched for and found was in Brady’s hands for the ceremony. At least, it was for most of it — until Rob Gronkowski stole it.
Tom and Gronk just out here having some fun pic.twitter.com/6Ofvc3dbiB
— Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) April 3, 2017
Brady chased Gronkowski down and recovered his jersey yet again.