There will be a Super Bowl get-together in Green Narrows on Sunday evening. Mike McCarthy, who instructed the Packers to a Super Bowl win,

 will get back to Lambeau Field, this time driving the Dallas Cattle rustlers agianst his old group.

While McCarthy was terminated by the Packers, he's obviously still considered exceptionally by Aaron Rodgers.

Rodgers had a severely legitimate confirmation on McCarthy's return.

"I'll continuously be attached with him," Rodgers expressed, "on account of the association that we had and the years we spent together.

Clearly my longest-tenured mentor, longest-tenured play guest. Grateful for those years,

furthermore, grateful perhaps somewhat more as the years go by."Rodgers is appreciative for McCarthy.

"Appreciative for the mind boggling minutes - the highs that we had, there were large numbers of them - and

grateful for the low minutes, as well. Since it gives you point of view on life. Life isn't about the

lovely ups. It's the downs that you gain proficiency with the most examples on, I think."The Packers and the Ranchers are set to start off at 4:25 p.m. E.T. on FOX.