Green Bay Packers Provide New York Jets a 2010 Seventh Round Pick

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Green Bay Packers Provide New York Jets a 2010 Seventh Round Pick

The Packers are providing the Jets a seventh round draft pick in 2010 is really the only thing I care about on a day like this. The trade for Brett Favre is complete. The Packers do get a third rounder from the Jets this season, and because he will retire, the Packers are required to send New York a draft pick.

I don't care if Favre is "re-retiring." I don't care if he would have come back. I don't care if he winds up in a Minnesota Vikings uniform next year. I stopped caring about this guy long ago.

All I care about now is the future of the Green Bay Packers.

It wouldn't surprise me either way if in September, Favre is either hiding in Mississippi, on the ESPN pregame set, or on an NFL sideline. One thing I do know—his days as a Packer remain over.

And thus, I just don't care.

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