There are two possible positives that fans can take away from training camp. They are as follows:
zero or limited injuries
players completing all sessions are conditioned for season
one on one's, catches, drops, matchups, high throws, low throws, etc. are all relative, speculative and prove zilch.
If you ever played sports and practiced against your own teammates you already know this. Not saying they lay off per se, but there just isn't the same fire you hope all your players have when hey line up across from the enemy. This feeling either enables or debilitates each one according to his own constitutions. Just trying to say that I hope the live accounts from pros and amateurs alike are news-related and not media-condemnations/crownings.
EX: Sometimes the one the coaches yell at the most is the one they see is closest to grasping the concepts, not the farthest away.