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Tom Brady, Super Bowl jerseys are together once more

Well, it's finally happened. Tom Brady, at long last, has been reunited with his Super Bowl jerseys.

Following two championships, a pair of locker room larcenies and one intensely publicized and ultimately successful international criminal investigation, Patriots owner Robert Kraft officially presented his star quarterback with the missing jerseys in what appears to be Ron Burgundy's study.

Brady's reaction to the presentation process -- documented for posterity by both still and motion photographers, of course -- included the utterances "pretty cool," "how about that?" and "that's awesome." He said, "that's awesome" twice, actually.

What happens next with the jersey(s) is unknown, though it was reported that Brady initially stashed the Super Bowl LI jersey in his personal tote bag with the intention of gifting it to his mother, Galynn, who has been battling health issues. The thief foiled that initial plan, but it looks like Brady will get the opportunity to see it through.

That's good.

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