Robert Kraft believes Tom Brady’s jersey “will be back”

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Patriots owner Robert Kraft made the morning-show rounds on Monday. When not discussing the decision of six players (and counting) to boycott the trip to the White House, he was addressing the disappearance of quarterback Tom Brady’s Super Bowl LI jersey.

The situation has had the stink of foul play from the get go; it’s clear from his comments that Kraft agrees.

“It’s very sad to me that someone would do something like this, and it’s like taking a great Chagall or Picasso or something,” Kraft told FOX Business Network’s Mornings with Maria on Monday. “You can never display it. And somehow, I feel there’ll be some news that’ll clear this up in the not too distant future. . . . I hope it’ll be cleared up soon.

“I think that a lot of people spend a lot of time looking into the matter and what happened, and I’d rather not say anything that would cause any problems in the work that’s been done. One way or another that jersey will be back.”

Last week, TMZ reported that the jersey possibly would be found on a truck that was hauling team equipment from Houston back to Boston. There has been no further word regarding whether the 18-wheeler did or didn’t contain the item.

The truck leak felt like an effort to give the perpetrator a chance to unload the item with no further scrutiny. If that didn’t happen, the search for the culprit will continue.

48 responses to “Robert Kraft believes Tom Brady’s jersey “will be back”

  1. An easy solution would be to declare publically that the shirt has been found, and Brady identified it. Then it would make his real jersey worthless if someone tried to sell it, because it could never be authenticated.

    BTW- Bobby has as much chance of the jersey REALLY turning up as he has that Putin will give him back his ring. 😀

  2. It was in the bottom of Bradys duffel bag. He found it the next day, but hes too embarrassed to admit it. Could you blame him?

  3. Meanwhile, local garbage men keep returning Matty Ice’s jersey no matter how many times he puts it on the curb.

  4. unless 100% of sale proceeds goes to charity, it’s just wealthy guy making more money.

    I’m waiting for a photoshop wizard to create the a of Putin wearing the jersey and the ring

  5. Chippy has it.

    It’s hanging in his childhood bedroom where as we speak, he and Ray Finkle are throwing darts at it while his mom bakes little football cookies.

  6. It’s a jersey, no different from any other Patriot jersey, it’s not an invaluable work of art, the genius was the guy wearing it and he is safe and sound so can we move on to something more serious?

  7. ctiggs says:
    Feb 13, 2017 12:00 PM
    Hopefully it wont be returned
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    Something tells us you spend a lot of lonely hours and to your coworkers you are ‘that guy’

  8. It was probably another player who stole it. An upstanding citizen who was robbing gas stations in high school before they became a football star.

  9. So Kraft is in negotiations with the league office to get it back after their goods stole it. Sounds about what I would expect from the league. I’m sure Goodell is holding it hostage until Kraft publicly finger wags the clown tshirt that Matt Patricia was wearing

  10. “it’s like taking a great Chagall or Picasso or something,”

    Uh no, its not a priceless work of art. Its a freaking jersey SMH

  11. maust1013 says:
    Feb 13, 2017 12:33 PM

    ctiggs says:
    Feb 13, 2017 12:00 PM
    Hopefully it wont be returned
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    Something tells us you spend a lot of lonely hours and to your coworkers you are ‘that guy’

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    “Somethings” tells me that you never went to college.

  12. carloswlassiter says:
    Feb 13, 2017 12:08 PM

    ctiggs says:
    Feb 13, 2017 12:00 PM

    Hopefully it wont be returned
    ————————————————————
    What a bizarre and inexplicable comment.

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    You mean like all the racist comments that you guys spit out on this site? No mine is not bad

  13. harrisonhits2 says:
    Feb 13, 2017 12:50 PM
    “it’s like taking a great Chagall or Picasso or something,”

    Uh no, its not a priceless work of art. Its a freaking jersey SMH

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    And those are just paintings by guys. If someone didn’t tell you they were valuable, you wouldn’t know it. So, at least you saw what the guy wearing the jersey did.

  14. harrisonhits2 says:
    Feb 13, 2017 12:50 PM

    “it’s like taking a great Chagall or Picasso or something,”

    Uh no, its not a priceless work of art. Its a freaking jersey SMH
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    Estimated to be worth $500,000.

    Who knows if the value will ever be the same if it is found…

  15. Even if it’s “found,” I can’t imagine it could be verified. $500k seems like a stretch, though, looking at jersey sale numbers, historically. Then again, it’s worth whatever someone’s willing to pay.

    But we all know, if it shows up, Brady’s keeping it.

  16. RandyinRoxbury says:
    Feb 13, 2017 12:55 PM
    Why hasn’t the FBI been brought in as of yet?
    Us Pats fans need this solved asap, bet that no good Roger is involved somehow. Grrrrrrr

    Don’t’ worry – no one has caught on. I’ll keep it a secret. Keep up the good work!

  17. LET5 GOOOOO! GO PATRIOT5 says:
    Feb 13, 2017 12:47 PM
    So Kraft is in negotiations with the league office to get it back after their goods stole it. Sounds about what I would expect from the league. I’m sure Goodell is holding it hostage until Kraft publicly finger wags the clown tshirt that Matt Patricia was wearing

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    Actually a good ploy would be to use Patricia’s clown shirt to hold its place in the HOF display. Tell everyone that when they have the real shirt it will be put there in place of the substitute. Goodell would move heaven snd earth.

  18. Its value is tied to it looking like it’s a game worn jersey. For that to be the case, it can’t be washed or otherwise altered to eliminate DNA and other game specific stains for which there is plenty of film to verify with.
    If the thief modifies it to try and protect himself, it’s worthless. And if he is then caught, his punishment will be severe. He is better off just mailing it in in good condition and hope that the case gets closed.

  19. ctiggs says:
    Feb 13, 2017 12:56 PM

    Something tells us you spend a lot of lonely hours and to your coworkers you are ‘that guy’

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    “Somethings” tells me that you never went to college.
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    Bwahahahahahahahaha
    Thank you, that was the funniest correction I’ve seen in a while.

  20. Kraft didn’t say that the jersey was like a priceless work of art. He was saying that taking it is like taking a priceless work of art. Their only use is in displaying them but you can’t display them because, as soon as you do, they’ll be confiscated and you’ll be implicated in the theft or the receiver of stolen goods. You can’t sell them because anyone who knows their value would know they’re stolen.

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