Fan who helped find Tom Brady’s missing Super Bowl jerseys gets front-row seats to Patriots’ season opener

A 19 -year-old athletics memorabilia collector who helped find Tom Brady’s missing Super Bowl jerseys is get quite the big reward.

Patriots’ owner Robert Kraft awarded Dylan Wagner with front row seats to the team’s season opener Thursday.

Brady’s 2017 jersey vanished from the Patriots’ locker room after the team’s win over the Atlanta Falcons in February, touching off an investigation stretching from Boston to the Mexican border.

Mexican authorities searched the property of tabloid journalist Martin Mauricio Ortega, where they discovered the jersey, along with a Brady jersey that vanished after the 2015 Super Bowl. A Denver Broncos helmet also was found.

The jerseys worn by the starring quarterback with five rings were returned to Gillette Stadium in March.


The Daily News reported that Wagner had sold Ortega a jersey. During their exchange, Wagner noticed Ortega had a Brady jersey from the Super Bowl for the 2014 season. When Wagner heard about Brady’s missing jersey, he sent the tip to the FBI.

Kraft astonished the mega fan from Washington State with two front row club seats to Thursday’s home opener, two pregame field pass, a pair of RKK’s shoes and a Tom Brady autographed jersey, Fox 25 Boston reported.

“I merely want to say thanks to you guys. I appreciate it and you’re making a fan’s dream come true, ” Wagner told Fox 25 Boston.

The Associated Press contributed to this report .

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