New York Jets reserve cornerback Josh Thomas tweeted Monday that his "playbook" -- stored on a team-issued iPad -- was stolen. So was his passport, and he issued a public appeal to have the items returned.
The Jets confirmed the playbook is missing, but they remotely deleted everything from the iPad as soon as they were notified Sunday night by Thomas.
Upon returning to New Jersey Sunday night from the Jets' 16-11 win in Nashville, Thomas -- inactive for the game -- apparently left his luggage in his car. Inside the luggage were his playbook and his passport. They were stolen, and he tweeted about it, asking for help.
The Jets are working with police in an attempt to recover the items.