CORRECTS LOCATION TO DALLAS - FILE - In this Jan. 1, 1967, file photo, Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi walks on the sideline during the team's 34-27 win over the Dallas Cowboys in the NFL championship game in Dallas. From Lombardi and Landry through Reggie and Brett, Troy and Emmitt. From the tundra of Lambeau to the gap in the Texas Stadium roof to Jerry's palace. Packers-Cowboys has been one of the NFL's most entertaining and meaningful rivalries for decades.
CORRECTS LOCATION TO DALLAS - FILE - In this Jan. 1, 1967, file photo, Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi walks on the sideline during the team's 34-27 win over the Dallas Cowboys in the NFL championship game in Dallas. From Lombardi and Landry through Reggie and Brett, Troy and Emmitt. From the tundra of Lambeau to the gap in the Texas Stadium roof to Jerry's palace. Packers-Cowboys has been one of the NFL's most entertaining and meaningful rivalries for decades. AP Photo, File)
CORRECTS LOCATION TO DALLAS - FILE - In this Jan. 1, 1967, file photo, Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi walks on the sideline during the team's 34-27 win over the Dallas Cowboys in the NFL championship game in Dallas. From Lombardi and Landry through Reggie and Brett, Troy and Emmitt. From the tundra of Lambeau to the gap in the Texas Stadium roof to Jerry's palace. Packers-Cowboys has been one of the NFL's most entertaining and meaningful rivalries for decades. AP Photo, File)

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