Training camp is nearly a week old in Indianapolis and demand for Colts' news has not lessened. Everybody wants to get the latest scoop and predict who will make the final squad.
However, it's important to remember what training camp really is all about.
Not only is it practice, but it's a light practice and often without pads and a very small sample size. The 2013 performance of certain players isn't going to be determined by how they look in training camp where pads are only used periodically, full-tackling is extremely rare and there are no distractions off the field.
That's not to say that there is no value in training camp, but the true value comes in evaluating the lower-tier players who are trying to stick out so they'll make the final roster.
So, who is making an impression so far, either good or bad?