The New York Jets question of the week involves what figures to be a hot storyline this offseason.

@RichCimini: I think the Jets would love to trade defensive end Sheldon Richardson for a return package that includes a first-round pick, even if it means surrendering their second-rounder, but they’d be hard-pressed to find a taker.

I can tell you put some thought into this proposal, Dino, but it’s a little too Jets-friendly, using the points system from the trusty trade value chart — yes, even for the 25th pick. Richardson’s value isn’t what it once was.

But let’s use your trade proposal to tackle broader questions: Should the Jets trade Richardson and, if so, at what price?

I think some people in the organization might be second-guessing the decision not to trade him to the Cowboys in October before the deadline. The Jets reportedly demanded a first-round pick. I can’t swear to this, but I bet the deal would have been completed if the Jets had been willing to accept a second-rounder. Now I’d be surprised if they get that much.

“I didn’t even know what memorabilia meant in 1996. It’s a little more common now, so had I known then what I know [now], I would’ve placed it in a bag, because that would’ve been a nice memento to keep.”

Brady’s jersey disappeared from the New England Patriots’ locker room shortly after Super Bowl LI on Sunday.

“Whoever has it has got to be sweating,” Favre said. “Because how do you sell it?”

When asked if he’s ever seen his Super Bowl jersey on the market, Favre said: “The jersey would be so old, and honestly, forgers today are better. Sometimes I see my name, and I’m asked if this is actually my signature, and I have a hard time telling the difference.”

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