The mystery of missing jersey of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been reportedly been solved.
Fox Sports' Jay Glazer reports that the Federal Bureau of Investigation and National Football League's security department believe that the jersey that Brady wore during Super Bowl LI has been located.
The FBI got involved in the investigation because the jersey was found outside of the United States.
That jersey, according to the report, is being returned to the team. The league believes the jersey was swiped by a person acting as an international media member at the game.
Brady had said that the No. 12 game-worn jersey went missing after New England's 34–28 comeback overtime victory over the Atlanta Falcons in the Super Bowl in Houston. Brady says he placed it in his locker and had team personnel look for it when he discovered it was gone.
Law enforcement officials, including the Texas Rangers and the Houston Police Department's Major Offenders squad assisted in the investigation with the NFL.