Tom Brady’s missing jersey could be in a laundry pile

Brady alerted New England Patriots owner after Sunday’s win over the Falcons that someone had stolen his game jersey at NRG Stadium.

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Kraft didn’t seem too broken up about the news in the moment, and Brady was able to smile about it. But other people weren’t so flippant about the larceny: Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick released a stern statement that ended with a line that felt ripped from a bad CBS prime-time procedural: “Whoever took this jersey should turn it in. The Texas Rangers are on the trail.”

NFL locker rooms are chaotic places — this is especially so after a Super Bowl win — so it always felt possible that Brady’s jersey wasn’t stolen at all, but rather sitting in a pile of dirty laundry somewhere. According to a Thursday report by TMZ, that might be exactly the case.

Immediately following the Patriots’ overtime victory in Super Bowl LI, a portion of Falcons fans were wondering why ’s winning touchdown carry was not reviewed. It was a sentiment echoed by Falcons receiver Julio Jones himself, who calmly asserted after the game that he would have liked to have seen the play get looked over by officials before the confetti dumped on Atlanta.

“I didn’t know, I wanted to see it, though, if he got in or not, you know?” Jones said. “Obviously the ball broke the plane. But the confetti just came down right away. I didn’t know if his knee was down or not. But I mean that game shouldn’t have even been that close with wholesale NFL jerseys.

Nike Patriots #87 Rob Gronkowski Red Alternate Super Bowl LI Champions Men's Stitched NFL Elite Jersey“I’m not going to make excuses. We was up enough and the game shouldn’t have been that close at all. But it should have been reviewed. If he was in, he was in. I couldn’t see. But I would have liked to have seen .”

Dean Blandino, the NFL’s senior vice president of officiating, released his final video of the season Wednesday, explaining that the touchdown was reviewed.

The Chiefs tight end led the NFL in receiving yards among all tight ends. He sought and gained internet fame thanks to multiple on-field antics, including but not limited to being ejected after throwing a towel at a referee and celebrating a TD with the “Salt Bae” celebration. Last offseason, he was even the star of his very own Bachelor-inspired reality show, Catching Kelce. (Spoiler: he found true everlasting love, he is living happily ever after and everything on television is real.)

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But as famous and successful as Kelce has become over the past two years, he still can’t escape the long, beefy, raving shadow of , the mold from which Kelce has built his public image.

When asked Friday how he felt about being endlessly compared to the league’s most dominant tight end and party-cruise baron, Kelce wanted to make something every clear: He’s his own man.

“It is what it is,” he began on Friday’s edition of Good Morning Football. “You’re always trying to compare the top two. LeBron (James) will always be compared to Kobe (Bryant), and vice versa with (Michael) Jordan. And you know what? I don’t think it’s a bad thing about cheap NFL jerseys.

“I do hate the . So all the Patriots fans, I kind of just gave you fuel to call me that again. But don’t call me that ever again.”