Peyton Manning says it's going to take him a while to settle into his new digs in Denver after spending 14 years in Indianapolis.
He looked right at home in his new duds Thursday, though.
Manning's passes on the first day of Broncos training camp were as powerful and precise as ever, delighting his coaches, teammates and the 4,371 boisterous fans who crammed into the team's Dove Valley complex for their first glimpse of Manning in orange and blue.
The biggest crowd for a non-stadium practice in team history watched Manning's first practice in front of fans in nearly two years.
''We had (Tim) Tebow last year and he brings out his own fan base,'' Champ Bailey said. ''Just to see more people out here on the first day than I've seen in the past, it's great. I think everybody's starting to expect some good things from us.''
The Broncos, without a winning season since 2006, welcome those high expectations.