Peyton Manning was reportedly seen this morning at a Denver area high school working out with multiple Broncos players, according to the Denver Post.
"He looked real good, though he probably won't admit that he's feeling good or feeling back to the way he wants to be," wide receiver Eric Decker told The Denver Post.
"(We) Just some drill work, talking through stuff, so he gets familiar with the verbage and the calls," Decker said. "The biggest thing is he wanted to get a feel for us, and a feel for being under center."
Manning signed a five-year deal with the Broncos last week. The 35-year-old became a free-agent after the Indianapolis Colts made a decision to cut the four-time Most Valuable Player this winter. Over the course of his career, Manning has compiled 54,828 passing yards and 399 touchdowns. He was the number one overall pick by the Colts in 1998, and has been a four-time NFL MVP. In 2006, he led the Colts to a Super Bowl Championship, where he was named Most Valuable Player.