Pages from the World Champion Green Bay Packers' playbook were found scattered along an east side Green Bay street on Monday morning. The same highly-confidential plays which steered Aaron Rodgers and the Packers to a Super Bowl XLV victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers last season.
The top-secret pages are meant for players' and coaches' eyes only.
Sanitation workers gathered up the wind-swept pages along Monroe Street after they apparently fell from a truck. The playbooks were tossed into recycling bins by team employees after practice.
The Packers beat the Arizona Cardinals in an exhibition game at Lambeau Field Friday night.
Waste Management, the company which handles the recycling, says over two cubic-yards fell from the back of one of its trucks. They said nothing was damaged and nobody was hurt.
Team employees usually shred sensitive material, like pages from the playbook, before disposing of them.
The Packers asked that anyone who finds the pages please recycle the paper. Cheeseheads do that kind of thing.
No, that wasn't Brian Urlacher dressed in a garbage-man's jumpsuit grabbing some of the loose papers and it's not known if any of pages were from Rodgers' black book.