Police report values Brady's stolen jersey at $500,000

Police report values Brady's stolen jersey at $500,000

TMZ got a hold of the Houston Police Department’s report for the theft of Tom Brady’s Super Bowl LI jersey. In it, Brady’s jersey, which went missing in the locker room following the Patriots’ comeback win over the Falcons, is valued at $500,000. 

Some highlights from the police report:

- The item is listed as a “Shirt/Blouse/T-Shirt.” 

- The theft is marked as not being a hate crime. 

- Maybe this was filled out in a rush, but there were some real struggles with apostrophes. Twice in the summary, the Patriots are referred to as “the Patriot’s.” In the second occurrence, “Patriots’” is written as “Patriot’s.” Weird. 

Following is the summary and below is the report, per TMZ:  

On 2/05/17, the City of Houston hosted Super Bowl LI in the NRG Stadium. Shortly after winning the game, New England Patriot’s quarterback Tom Brady noticed his game jersey missing from his locker in the Patriot’s designated locker room. 

Watch Tom Brady's daughter Vivian tear it up on ski slopes

Watch Tom Brady's daughter Vivian tear it up on ski slopes

Tom Brady's daughter Vivian is a natural on skis.

The New England Patriots quarterback and apparently proud father posted a comical video of his 4-year-old daughter tearing it up on the ski hill. Vivian took on the bottom section of the run while adhering to the all-important instructions from the Super Cool Ski Instructor from the Comedy Central show, "South Park."

Brady added the audio from the "South Park" ski instructor to the video of his daughter skiing, and included a joke about "french frying" and "pizzaing" at the correct moments. 

"That’s my girl! Pizzaing when she's supposed to pizza, French frying when she's supposed to French fry... NOT having a bad time!!" Brady joked on Instagram.

Werder: Don't expect Patriots to trade Garoppolo

Werder: Don't expect Patriots to trade Garoppolo

Where will Jimmy Garoppolo play next season? Chicago? San Francisco? Cleveland?

One longtime NFL reporter’s money is on New England. 

Citing chatter from inside the Patriots’ organization around the time of Super Bowl LI, ESPN’s Ed Werder said he does not expect the Patriots to trade Garoppolo, who is entering the final year of his rookie contract. 

Last season, his third since being chosen in the second round of the 2014 draft, Garoppolo got the only two starts of his NFL career to this point. 

While filling in for the suspended Tom Brady, he led the Patriots to a come-from-behind Week 1 victory over the Cardinals in which he completed 24 of 33 passes for 264 yards with a touchdown. He then completed 18 of 26 passes for 232 yards and three touchdowns in two quarters against the Dolphins before suffering a shoulder injury. 

Should the Patriots trade Garoppolo, it is believed they would be able to fetch a first-round draft pick in exchange for his services. The last quarterback traded for a first-round pick was Sam Bradford, who was shipped from the Eagles to the Vikings eight days before the 2016 season.