Police report claims Tom Brady’s missing jersey is worth $500,000

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At the conclusion of Super Bowl LI, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s game jersey went missing.

It has been over two weeks since the jersey disappeared. Reportedly, Brady or someone from his camp has valued this missing article of sports memorabilia to be worth $500,000.

This information comes via the Houston Police Department, as reported by TMZ Sports. An actual police report has been filed and the dollar amount of the estimated value of the jersey was provided by the complainant. The complainant listed on the report is Brady.

Per TMZ Sports, they were told by the Houston Police Department that the case will be sent to the district attorney’s office if an actual arrest is made.

TMZ did a bit of its own investigating of the worth of the jersey. Interestingly enough, Rick Harris of the television show “Pawn Stars” values the jersey at closer to $200,000.

The big question is, will the jersey ever be found? Apparently a similar incident happened to Hall of Fame quarterback, Brett Favre. He recently said his 1997 Super Bowl jersey went missing after the game and has never been recovered.