Super Bowl LI was ridiculous in every sense of the word.

Not only did the New England Patriots pull off the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history against the Atlanta Falcons, but in the hubbub that followed, someone managed to steal Tom Brady's game-worn jersey.

The thief later was identified as Martin Mauricio Ortega, whom authorities tracked down in Mexico with Brady's jersey and a host of other NFL memorabilia.

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Now, that thief is getting some airtime in "The Great Brady Heist," a documentary from NFL Films and Gotham Chopra's "Religion of Sports" that includes interviews with Ortega while telling the story of Brady's stolen jersey.

Here's a 1-minute trailer, which FOX posted Wednesday on Twitter:

The film also features interviews with Brady and law enforcement officials involved with the case, so if you're wondering how Ortega was able to waltz into the Patriots' locker room and steal the jersey of the greatest quarterback of all time, this one's for you.

The documentary will air this Saturday (Feb. 1) on FOX at 7 p.m. ET.