IMO, it was fun for me losing him.
I had a "oh, you jackass, you got f'd" moment, laughed, watched him sign for a stupid 5 year contact that will be useless in years 4 and 5, and scrambled to try to fill the hole.
I mean, you deal with it.
Really, if you knew a guy you drafted at 19 would be in your organization until he's 37 if you do x, y and z, like it is some sort of Pac Man follow the pattern strategy to get to level 50, who would enjoy that?
Save for the people that spent $800 in the 80's employing that strategy playing Pac Man?