New England Patriots Lose Tom Brady’s Jersey And James White Getting MVP Car
New England Patriots QB Tom Brady posed and smiled with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell as pictures were taken.
Asked as part of a multipart question whether Monday’s ceremony helped to repair Brady’s relationship with the commissioner, he made no mention of a strained relationship.
“It’s just such an exciting game, and it’s an honor to be here and have the commissioner present us with this trophy,” he said. “It certainly means a lot.”
On the subject of his game jersey, which he feared after the game was stolen, Brady said his missing jersey has not been found.
“I put it in my bag and then I came out and it wasn’t there anymore,” Brady said. “It’s unfortunate because that’s a nice piece of memorabilia, so if it shows up on eBay somewhere, someone let me know. [We’ll] try to track that down.”
Brady, who gave the truck he won for his MVP performance in Super Bowl XLIX to Malcolm Butler, intimated that he’s leaning towards giving this year’s car away as well.
“I think James White deserves it,” Brady said. “It would be nice for him, but it took a real team effort.”
White had three total touchdowns (two rushing, one receiving), a two-point conversion and 139 total yards in New England’s 34-28 overtime victory.