The Denver Broncos and new quarterback Peyton Manning began offseason workouts Monday, throwing passes to his new teammates.
"Everybody's been looking forward to this day for some time now," Manning told the Associated Press. "I thought it was a productive first day, but we've got a lot of work to do."
Manning didn't speak much to his health or how he felt with a new receiving corps.
"I'm not going to get into these weekly reports. I've kind of been there and done that all fall of last year," Manning said. "I'm enjoying being under one roof."
Wide receiver Eric Decker, though, sees nothing wrong with Manning's health. "I'm not his doctor, I don't know how to speak on his health, but catching balls from him, it looks like there's nothing wrong to me," Decker told the AP. "He's throwing great balls, he's getting the work in just like we're getting the work in, knocking the rust off. I see no issues at this point."