INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Peyton Manning still feels at home in Indianapolis even though he's part of a new team -- the Denver Broncos.
On Saturday, Manning returned to the city he called home for 14 years, helping to raise money for the local children's hospital that bears his name.
It's not the first time Manning has been back in town since being released March 7 by the team he took from playoff afterthought to perennial contender. But this weekend marks the first time he's been back at the same time the Colts have had offseason workouts.
Across town, Manning's successor, Andrew Luck, is busy getting acclimated to a new locker room, new teammates and a new playbook.
Meanwhile, Manning says he feels fine and expects to start Denver's season opener.