Coaches are allowed to oversee limited workouts, players won't be in pads, and offense-versus-defense drills are not allowed, but it was one of Manning's old teammates from his days with the Indianapolis Colts who left Monday's session beaming.
"You can tell they have both grown up and are taking on a leadership role," Stokley said. "It is their receiver group, and their chance to do something special. They are playing with a guy that can get them the ball, and I've seen (Manning) help a lot of people's careers. I think he can do that for both of those guys."