Not again! Watch as the Gronk steals Brady's jersey before Red Sox opener

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Tom Brady's reunion with his stolen Super Bowl jersey did not last long before New England Patriots team-mate Rob Gronkowski took it from him once more.

Brady was set to throw out the ceremonial first pitch for the Boston Red Sox's opening-day game against the Pittsburgh Pirates and the quarterback, Gronkowski, Patriots owner Robert Kraft and running backs James White and Dion Lewis took to the field at Fenway Park carrying the team's five Super Bowl trophies.

Brady had just received his stolen Super Bowl 51 jersey from Kraft after it was recovered by the FBI in Mexico and was holding it up for the crowd when Gronkowski snatched it and took off running.

To Brady's credit, the second theft didn't faze him as he gave chase to Gronkowski and tackled him near the outfield.

When the hijinks were over, Brady threw out the first pitch and the members of the Patriots shouted, "Play ball!"

It has been a busy weekend for Gronkowski, who also took part in WrestleMania 33 on Sunday.