We're already into the second half of the Philadelphia Eagles' 2012 training camp in Bethlehem, Pa., and all the team has lost is its entire starting defensive line.
At this rate, they'll be putting in a call to Jevon Kearse before fan appreciation day arrives on Aug. 14.
We'll touch on that as we focus on three training-camp trends from the week that was at Lehigh.
In case you missed it Wednesday, we took a look at what kind of first impressions the Philly rookies have made so far. Today, we'll take a broader look at coverage from the second week of camp in order to draw three concrete conclusions.
It would be easy to go far beyond that, but we're doing our best not to overreact to each good or bad play. Twitter makes it easier to track camp, but the drawback of instant coverage via social media is that the media and fans seem to be reacting in knee-jerk fashion more than ever.
Here's a chance to focus on three trends that have overcome 140-character barriers.