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"In my opinion, there's not too much you can gain," Martin said. "You can give them our hand signals, (but) those are on tape already. If we find out you've got our hand signals, we try to find a way (around it)."
Packers center Scott Wells said it would be "disappointing" if Favre shared information with a division rival, but noted the Packers ended up beating the Lions anyway.
"Obviously it didn't work out too well for them," Wells said. "We were still able to go out and move the ball on them and win the game."
Other Packers wouldn't touch the subject.
"I'd rather not know what it is and not comment on it," said wide receiver Donald Driver, a close friend of Favre's.
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