GREEN BAY - Packers fans attending Sunday's game had the chance to relive history.
Thirty alumni from the 1965, 1966 and 1967 championship teams were back in town.
It's part of the Packers' traditional alumni weekend celebration.
The former players also made up the game's ambassador line.
They were even introduced on the field during halftime.
Some of the alumni we spoke with said it's great to be back in Green and Gold territory.
"It's never a bad time around Green Bay, it's just a wonderful experience," said former Packers defensive end, Willie Davis.
"We were like a big family, and the emotionally warmth feeling for one another, and it's like not a second has passed since we left, so we come back and there's hugging, and feelings, and emotions and its actually like we left yesterday instead of years and years ago, so it's a wonderful feeling," said former Packers offensive lineman, Jerry Kramer.
"They're not alumni, they're brothers I tell ya. We are a very close knit group, almost like brothers. Every time I'm around these guys it's a great feeling," said former linebacker and Hall of Famer, Dave Robinson.
Some of the alumni say it's always great to return back to Green Bay, which many of them say feels like home.
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