Future NFL Hall of Fame QB Peyton Manning can’t stay away from football.
Manning, who retired last season after a 17-year NFL career, showed up at the Miami Dolphins’ training camp on Monday. Last season, Manning won the Super Bowl with the Denver Broncos, defeating the Carolina Panthers, 24-10.
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Manning could be at the Dolphins’ camp to continue helping quarterback Ryan Tannehill. In May, Manning tutored Tannehill on new head coach Adam Gase’s offense, when Tannehill wasn’t able to meet with coaches to discuss the playbook. Gase was Manning’s offensive coordinator in Denver from 2013-2014.
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Tannehill said the meeting with Manning was “really cool.” Tannehill is fortunate to be under Manning’s tutelage. A two-time Super Bowl champion and one-time Super Bowl MVP, Manning is one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time.
Besides making an appearance at the Dolphins’ camp, Manning also went to the New Orleans Saints’ training camp Sunday. He said he hadn’t been to a Saints camp in 24 years, back when his father Archie did radio commentary for them. Archie Manning played QB for the Saints from 1971-1982.
Peyton can’t get his football fix from doing DirecTV commercials. He must make the rounds of training camps around the country.
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