Tom Brady laughed off a question about his jersey’s safety

"I wasn't worried about it last time, believe me."

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Tom Brady directs the Patriots offense in Mexico City against the Raiders. –Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images

Tom Brady wasn’t taking the bait about questions regarding the safety of his game-worn jersey on Sunday.

Following the Patriots’ win in Mexico City over the Raiders, Brady was asked if he was worried about a repeat of the Super Bowl (where his jersey was stolen from his locker, eventually being traced back to former Mexican media member, Mauricio Ortega).

Brady had a ready response.

“My jersey safe? I wasn’t worried about it last time, believe me,” said the Patriots quarterback.

Authorities recovered both Brady’s jerseys from his last two Super Bowl wins in a combined effort in March. One of the important tips in helping to track down Ortega notably came from a 19-year-old Patriots fan.


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