Tom Brady's Super Bowl jerseys have been returned to Gillette Stadium

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The missing Tom Brady Super Bowl jerseys saga has officially ended, as both of them have been returned to Gillette Stadium.

Brady's jerseys from the Patriots' two most recent Super Bowl victories, Super Bowl XLIX and Super Bowl LI were stolen at different points in time by an international media member. The FBI, in conjunction with the NFL and Houston police, were able to track the jerseys down in Mexico.

Brady's jersey from Super Bowl LI was reportedly valued at $500,000, but there is no word on what his jersey from Super Bowl XLIX was worth.

Following the Return of The Jerseys (if this were a Star Wars movie), the FBI released a statement.

NBC News:

"We know how much this means to the Patriots and football fans everywhere, and we are honored to be able to bring these jerseys back" to Foxborough, Massachusetts, the Boston suburb that the Patriots call home, the FBI said in a statement.

Patriots owner Robert Kraft also had some words of praise for all parties involved:

"It is another example of the importance of teamwork and what can be accomplished when everyone works together," team owner Robert Kraft said in a statement. "We appreciate the effort of everyone involved and look forward to returning these jerseys to Tom when he gets back to New England."

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