Von Miller Super Bowl Gear Reportedly May Have Been Stolen by Tom Brady Culprit

Adam WellsFeatured ColumnistMarch 20, 2017

This Dec. 11, 2016 photo shows Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller walking onto the field for the second half of an NFL football game against the Tennessee Titans in Nashville, Tenn.  Only three teams in the AFC have double digit wins and Denver faces all of them to close out the season. Von Miller is asking the Broncos faithful for a little bit of, well, faith, saying,
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The person who stole New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's Super Bowl 51 jersey may have also walked away with gear belonging to Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller the previous year.

Per Fox Sports' Jay Glazer (via CBSSports.com' Will Brinson), the Broncos believe the thief may have taken Miller's cleats and jersey after Super Bowl 50. 

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media tweeted out more details:

This report comes after the NFL issued a statement announcing Brady's jersey had been found.

Glazer reported the NFL believes Brady's jersey "was stolen by someone posing as [an] international media member."

In the NFL's statement about recovering Brady's jersey from Super Bowl 51, it also noted his jersey from the Super Bowl victory over the Seattle Seahawks two years ago was found. 

Miller led the Broncos to a victory over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50. He was named MVP of the game after recording 2.5 sacks and forcing a fumble that was recovered in the end zone by Malik Jackson for a Denver touchdown.