Because mysteries surrounding the New England Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady have been known to go on and on and on and on (you can not possibly have forgotten Deflategate), it's refreshing to observe with our very own eyes that Brady and the jersey that went missing moments after Super Bowl LI ended on February 5 and another from Super Bowl XLIX are back in his possession. The Red Sox face the Pittsburgh Pirates in the baseball game.
The New England Patriots quarterback was waving the jersey around during the pregame ceremony on opening day at Fenway Park on Monday. Each had a Lombardi Trophy in tow as they made the trek from inside the Green Monster in left field to the mound.
Luckily, for Brady, he was able to chase Gronk down and get it back. White scored the winning touchdown in Super Bowl LI to help Brady win his fifth title.
When all of the hijinks were over, Brady threw out the ceremonial first pitch to Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia as the crowd chanted "Brady!"
Tom Brady's jerseys are back in his care after they were stolen in the revelry following the New England Patriots' last two Super Bowl wins.
Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, Dion Lewis and James White all took the field with Patriots owner Robert Kraft.
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