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Tom Brady lights up Superbowl before having his jersey stolen

6th February 2017 / no comments, on Uncategorised

Tom Brady is likely to go down in history as one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. At the age of 39, his achievements during a 17 year playing career with the New England Patriots are simply staggering. Following this year’s Superbowl win, he is now one of only two players, to win five Super Bowl titles and he is the the only player to ever win them all playing for one team.

Talk of Brady now retiring has been a popular topic of conversation, with the player even admitting that his wife, former supermodel Gisele Bündchen, is keen for him to hang his boots up. The Patriots star has no plans to quit the game just yet though and claims he “is having too much fun”. The quarterback has been in the form of his life this season, achieving the second most successful completed pass ratio in his career (67 %).

His latest Superbowl title will surely be one of the sweetest after the Patriots came back from 28-3 down to complete a historic victory, eventually winning 34-28 against favourites, the Atlanta Falcons. The victory will be bittersweet for Brady however, after reports emerged that the star’s match winning jersey had disappeared after the game. According to various news sources, the jersey was stolen from the quarterback’s locker after he left it in one of his bags and the list of potential suspects ranges from teammates, coaches, family members, team staff, news crews to law enforcement officials and even gate crashers.

Houston police-force are currently dealing with the case and have appealed for anyone with any knowledge to come forward,” We are asking all the cameramen to check your video to see if they may have captured something,” said Houston Police Executive Assistant Chief George Buenik. Tom Brady himself isn’t too concerned however, joking with the media that the jersey is probably on Ebay right now.

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