no chance. you are fine =).
I agree! I pick up things all the time in my yard that wild animals have chewed on with no problems. You need to actually get bitten by a wild animal that has rabies to get infected. You have no worries, although why bother looking thru trash found in your yard...just get rid of it. I wear garden gloves when working in the yard, doing this may make you feel better.
you should prob see your doc just to be sure even touching dead animals can cause diseases to spread
There is no chance for disease to spread from a chewed up pack of cigs. My cat had his tail chewed up pretty bad by another animal and I fixed him up with some anti bacterial and gauze and we were both fine. Granted he has rabies shots but you have to be bitten to get rabies. As far as dead animals with disease, a dead animal couldn't chew on a pack of cigarettes so no threat there.