Peyton Manning makes appearance at Dolphins camp

DAVIE, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins had some extra star power at training camp on Monday. Future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning was in attendance to watch the Dolphins practice in full pads.

Manning has a good rapport with Dolphins head coach Adam Gase, who was Manning's former offensive coordinator when both were with the Denver Broncos. The Dolphins also run a similar system to Manning's former offense in Denver, and Manning has spent some time this offseason helping Miami starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

"It was good. I’d seen him a couple weeks ago at his retirement party," Gase said. "For him to swing by was great. He came by and talked to the team for about seven minutes last night. He’s always got a good message to deliver to the guys."

Despite his retirement, Manning continues to stay around the game of football. He also visited the New Orleans Saints camp.

Manning retired after winning his second Super Bowl this past February as the starting quarterback with the Broncos.