Off topic, but because I don't think every player in camp should get his own dedicated post ...
... Eddie Yarbrough is the breakout player of this camp. From the home page and Carucci:
And no, I'm not replying to this post just to say I went to University of Wyoming (and I didn't), but the kid is from Colorado and was in the Broncos camp last year, so he isn't completely new to me. I think he's for real and not just a training camp hero. By "for real" I don't mean I expect him to have 10 sacks this year, but I do mean that I think he'll play an important role, particularly on passing downs. Here's a little background from my backyard:
The Good: At Wyoming Yarbrough was a three-time first team All-Mountain West selection, often matching up seasonally with Denver Broncos 2014 second round pick Ty Sambrailo (who played for Colorado State in college). With Wyoming, Yarbrough made 256 tackles (39 for a loss), 21.5 sacks and forced/recovered 4 fumbles.
The Bad: A nagging knee sprain his Senior season knocked him down from being a likely top 100 pick to a college free agent. Entering 2015 Yarbrough was 6th among all FBS defensive linemen in tackles for a loss and on record pace at Wyoming.
And in the "I know a guy who knew a guy" category: Yarbrough got cut by the Broncos and stayed home in Denver working out at a local sports conditioning clinic, and word is that he worked his butt off getting both bigger and leaner:
Yarbrough and Logan Thomas are looking like the surprise defensive and offensive big contributors in 2017. Ronald and Sammy who?