Every season comes about and it seems as if every Training Camp we find a player or two to latch on and become our personal darlings of Training Camp.
Rather than beat each other up over it, let's embrace the shenanigans.
Quite simply, choose two players on the roster who you think will be either the dark horse to win a roster spot, or someone you think will make an impact in 2015?
My two players?
WR Jordan Norwood
LG Ben Garland
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