Patriots owner presents Brady with stolen Super Bowl jerseys

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Tom Brady's purloined Super Bowl jerseys are back in the hands of their rightful owner.

Kraft also presented Brady his Super Bowl XLIX jersey, which had been missing for more than two years.

Monday was enjoyable day for Boston's sports fans.

Brady, Gronkowski, Dion Lewis, James White and owner Robert Kraft represented the Patriots, each walking onto the field holding a Lombardi Trophy.

As Brady was showing off his jersey to the crowd, Gronk came swooping in and made off like a bandit. The quarterback gave chase and eventually tackled Gronkowski, getting his jersey back for the second time this offseason.

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"Pretty cool", Brady responded, before holding it up in front of him and saying, "How about that?" He then pulled out a second jersey, from Super Bowl XLIX, and said, "It took an global trip".

The two jerseys were found in Mexico "in possession of a credentialed member of the global media", the National Football League said, NBC News reported.

- MLB GIFS (@MLBGIFs) April 3, 2017So Rob Gronkowski just stole Opening Day Show and Tom Brady's SB jersey again.

It was Brady's record fifth Super Bowl win and his first since the Deflategate scandal, which led to his being suspended four games in the 2016 season. "He's Tom Brady, he had to go rule the world", said Evans.

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