July 31, 2007
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) -- Dallas Clark says being Peyton Manning's new roommate at training camp is a mixed bag.
For the past several years, receiver Brandon Stokley had the distinction of rooming with Manning, but when he signed with the Denver Broncos as a free agent, Clark filled the void.
Clark says he's expected to bring snack food. More importantly, he's expected not to have bad practices.
Stokley's replacement on the field, Anthony Gonzalez, already has made an impression on Manning.
Known as a workaholic at Ohio State, the rookie seems a perfect fit for the N-F-L star's pupil.
Gonzalez was the first person to report when camp opened on Sunday and Manning has noticed his work ethic.