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Peyton Manning at Dolphins training camp

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NFL: Buffalo Bills at Denver Broncos Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Peyton Manning is visiting Miami Dolphins camp on Monday:

The retired Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos Super Bowl winning quarterback worked with Miami head coach Adam Gase with the Broncos. Gase served as the quarterbacks coach for the Broncos in 2012 with Manning, moving up to the offensive coordinator in 2013. Under Gase, Manning set the NFL record for passing yards in a season in 2013 with 5,477 yards, as well as the record for most touchdown passes in a year, throwing 55 scores.

Gase, moving to the Dolphins this year after one season as the Chicago Bears’ offensive coordinator, is bringing his offensive system to South Florida, and is expected to continue to call plays in Miami.

Manning, in his relationship with Gase, is expected to be able to break down the system and help Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill better understand the new offense being installed.

The Dolphins are in their fourth day of practices during the 2016 training camp. It is the first day of padded practices for the club.