David Cutcliffe was Eli Manning's head coach at Ole Miss and has welcomed his protege to Duke for ... Eli Manning set to work out with New York Giants receivers at Duke Superstar New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. took to Instagram this weekend to share a handful of videos from his time in Phoenix for the Final Four, including his brief handshake with Roy Williams—North Carolina's coach and the leader of a basketball camp that Beckham participated in long ago. But the flamboyant receiver's teammates will be on the other side of the Tobacco Road rivalry Monday when they hit Durham for the beginning of a four-day training session. Quarterback Eli Manning and wide receiver Brandon Marshall will visit Duke from April 3-6 as they look to work on their timing and spend time together before the start of official offseason programming. Beckham and wide receiver Sterling Shepard also received invitations to the training session. The Blue Devils are no stranger to hosting a Manning brother, as former Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and a group of wide receivers worked out at the campus in 2015 before the beginning of the regular season. The brothers began the tradition in 2013 when Peyton invited his Broncos wideouts and Eli brought his Giants wide receivers. Since that time, both have made frequent visits to Duke due to their connection with Blue Devil head coach David Cutcliffe, who groomed Peyton Manning at Tennessee and Eli Manning at Ole Miss. Cutcliffe served as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the Volunteers during Peyton Manning's time in Knoxville and was the Rebels' head coach when Eli Manning led the team to a 10-3 finish and a Cotton Bowl victory in 2003. Cutcliffe was also instrumental in helping Peyton Manning rebuild his strength following a series of potentially career-threatening neck surgeries. The visits from the Manning brothers have also been an opportunity for a few Blue Devils to get in on the action during the workouts, and it remains to be seen whether that will be the case this time around.