Peyton and Eli Manning listened intently to Duke coach David Cutcliffe's instructions as the NFL quarterbacks worked up a sweat, briskly throwing a mix of deep and short passes at the Blue Devils' indoor practice field.
The Super Bowl winners still trust what their college mentor has to say.
So when they needed somewhere to tune up their games before voluntary NFL workouts begin next week, they reunited with the coach they've known for roughly two decades.
''That's why we came back here - we come to get coached,'' Eli Manning said. ''We thought this was a good way to come back, work on some of the mechanics, make sure everything is in check before we start working as a group and as a team.''
The Mannings brought some NFL teammates - including new Denver receiver Wes Welker and New York Giants wideout Victor Cruz - to Duke this week to fine-tune a few things and receive some guidance from their mentor.
''It's an unusual relationship, one that I think we all appreciate,'' Cutclif...