Anyone looking to steal Tom Brady's jersey at this year's Super Bowl may want to think again. TMZ reports that security is going to be ultra-tight, with "surveillance everywhere" provided by federal and state agencies as well as private security firms. "One of the main goals is to keep people and property safe,” a law enforcement source told TMZ. “We do not want a repeat of last year and we have learned lessons from other major sporting events."
The NFL also told TMZ that the guy who stole Brady’s jersey in 2017, Mauricio Ortega, has been banned from all NFL games and Super Bowls for life.