The Detroit Lions have been in training camp for a week now, and initial observations are starting to turn into trends.
It is, of course, generally a bad idea to try drawing any definitive conclusions after a few days of camp, but we've seen enough to know who is getting noticed for the right and wrong reasons.
Are there long-term implications of the first week of training camp? Maybe, but probably not. Nobody has suffered a serious injury, at the time of writing, which would be the only thing to truly send someone's stock through the floor.
Anyone being held out with nagging injuries is only doing so because it's training camp, where there's absolutely no reason for anyone to push through an injury, especially if it could be made worse.
Conversely, anyone doing really well in camp so far hasn't accomplished anything—they still have a bunch of training camp days left, as well as the preseason (to say nothing of the actual regular season).
So though we all know that any of this can—and very likely will, at some point—turn on a dime, let's take a look at who's trending in what direction early on.