With Denver’s season opener vs. Pittsburgh appearing in primetime on NBC’s Sunday Night Football, Tony Dungy visited the Broncos on Monday.
Dungy, the former head coach of Indianapolis, is a studio host for Football Night in America, which precedes the Sunday Night Football game each week on NBC.
After practice, Dungy visited with some of his former players who are now Broncos — quarterback Peyton Manning, wide receiver Brandon Stokley and tight end Jacob Tamme.
Stokley, who played under Dungy in Indianapolis for four seasons, said he enjoyed catching up with his former coach.
“It’s great to see Coach Dungy,” Stokley said. “He’s a special person, and not just a great coach but a great person. He meant a lot to me and to my family. It’s always great to see him.”