Remember Brandon Stokley? Of course you do.
He hasn't played football since 2013 — what's he up to these days?
"Not much, kind of whatever my wife tells me to do on a daily basis," Stokley told MHR during Broncos practice on Tuesday. "I'm just enjoying my kids, coaching some Pop Warner football — my oldest just started that — I am loving (coaching) and just watching them growing up."
Stokley joined former Broncos Joel Dreessen and Chris Kuper at training camp earlier this week and observed practice from the sideline.
He looked like he could still play.
"It's a little deceiving," he said. "I'm not in any shape to try and get out there and run. But, you definately miss it, coming out here and watching the guys competing. But at the same time I've realized that I've played as long as I could play, so I know my playing days are done."
So, if Peyton Manning called him up after practice and asked him to come to camp, he wouldn't even consider it, right?
"I don't know, I don't know," Stokley said, chuckling. "It's always in the back of your mind, but I think my days are done. I got as much out of it as I could, and I enjoyed every second of it. It's a young man's game and I'm not getting any younger."
Stokley spent two stints in Denver, from 2007-09 and the 2012 season. During the offseason leading up to the 2012 season, Stokley ran routes for Manning in Denver and helped the team recruit the free agent quarterback.
Manning went on to sign with Denver. Stokley signed a few weeks later.
Both Manning and Stokley are 39.
During his fifteen-year career, Stokley caught 397 passes for 5,339 yards and 39 scores. He earned more than $25.5 million over the course of his career, per Spotrac.com.
Stokley said he still lives in the Denver area.
Stokley also talked about Denver's current receivers. Watch for that story tomorrow.