Tom Brady's missing Super Bowl 51 jersey has been found, thanks to a joint investigation by NFL security, the Houston Police Department, and the FBI. The reported suspect is a Mexican journalist named Mauricio Ortega, who resigned from the tabloid newspaper La Prensa on March 14 citing personal reasons. As a result of the investigation, Brady's jersey from Super Bowl 49, which had also gone missing, was found, reportedly along with gear from Super Bowl 50 belonging to Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller.
TMZ Sports has obtained the Greg Hardy cocaine arrest video which shows cops warning each other that he's a big, strong, Dallas Cowboys player ... so "we have to not stir anything up." Hardy was arrested in Dallas back in September after officers found cocaine in his wallet during a routine traffic stop. In the video, Hardy is with a female passenger and is extremely polite to the officers. The officers are also acting carefully. One whispers to another, "He's very big and fit." FYI, Hardy is 6'4", 280. When the cops find a purple baggy filled with coke in Hardy's wallet (which was in his car), his explanation is bizarre. "I just got a job, I play football. I was at a party. I got drunk. Literally
A lawyer for former NFL star Aaron Hernandez has aggressively questioned the prosecution's star witness against Hernandez in his double-murder trial. Attorney Jose Baez grilled Alexander Bradley on Tuesday about his claim that Hernandez killed two men after one of them accidentally spilled his drink at a Boston nightclub in 2012. Bradley said Hernandez opened fire while Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado waited at a stoplight. Under cross-examination, Bradley acknowledged that he has sold drugs for about 17 years. Baez contended during opening statements that Bradley — not Hernandez — shot the men over a drug deal. Bradley and Hernandez were once close friends. Hernandez is also charged with