Not for the first time, but NFL legend Tom Brady had his same jersey stolen for the second time at Fenway Park. But this time, he didn’t need outside help to get it back. At the same time, he managed to shoot down the thief himself.

After a comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI, the Patriots and Brady were in for a treat. After which, the athlete realized that his jersey was missing. It was found a month later in Mexico with Brady’s other missing shirt.

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During the jersey recovery celebration at Fenway Park, it was stolen for the second time. After all, this time the NFL star knew who it was and obviously wasn’t going to let go of the thief or his longtime best friend Rob ‘Gronk’ Gronkowski.

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NFL star Tom Brady has been asked by the Boston Red Sox to throw the ceremonial pitch at Fenway Park after his stolen jerseys were recovered in Mexico. As Brady showed off his shirt to the crowd, Gronk came up from behind, stole it, and ran off with it.

The stolen recovered jersey got stolen again. But this time, not for a month, but only for a few moments. Brady ran behind the jersey thief and took him down enough soon.

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So, for a good laugh, Gronkowski pulled off the prank he pulled off pretty well. The number 87 shirt player stole the number 12 shirt but was eventually caught.

Who helped tackle “Brady’s Big Heist?”

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A then 19-year-old Patriots fan, Dylan Wagner, helped the FBI find not one but two missing NFL legend jerseys.

Sep 18, 2022; New Orleans, Louisiana, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) passes running back Leonard Fournette (7) against the New Orleans Saints during the first half at Caesars Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Stephen Lew – USA TODAY Sports

One was Brady’s Super Bowl XLIX, while the other was Super Bowl LI. Wagner’s passion for collecting sports memorabilia once brought him into contact with another avid collector, Martin Ortega.

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Watch this story: Tom Brady has won the Super Bowl under four different administrations. Each one more glorious than the other.

After recovering enough evidence, the FBI obtained a search warrant and recovered the star player’s two jerseys.