First, Chris found some early 90's holes to plug in my collection. I feel like I had most of these cards at some point in my life, but I'm not sure whatever happened to them.
Here are three QBs who appeared on cards in 1992. All three of these cards pull double duty in my collection. Ty Detmer is a BYU legend who was drafted by Green Bay in 1992. This card will go in the Packers binder. Mike Tomczak started 7 games for the Pack in 1991 and was rewarded with green and gold card in 1992, but he spent the '92 season in Cleveland. This particular Tomczak card will go in my 1992 Ultra set build binder, as it was missing before. 1992 was the first year a kid named Brett Favre donned a Packers helmet. Sixteen years later, he would retire as a Packer. Kind of. The first time, at least. This card will go in my 1990s All-Decade Team binder. Three QBs, one year, three different binders.
There were some notable rookies included in the trade package. I believe this is my first Robert Brooks rookie, so I'm very pleased. The red foil Johnathan Franklin is serial numbered to 199. I don't know why, but Franklin is a guy I just like to collect, even though he had only 19 carries in his pro career.
Chris may call his blog "The Pedestrian Collector," but this trade package was a bit more than that for me. Thanks for the great first trade! I hope there are many more to follow.