With Week 3 of the preseason completed, most regulars are done with live action until the real games kick off next month.
Some players used these games to endear themselves to coaches and carve out defined roles with their team. Others did not.
Here's a look at five notable veterans who left more questions than answers in August.
Charmed by the 900 yards and 11 touchdowns he compiled with the Dallas Cowboys last season, the Jacksonville Jaguars gave Robinson a five-year, $32.5 million contract, then paired him with No. 5 overall draft pick Justin Blackmon a month later. Robinson never has looked comfortable this summer, and his one catch in three preseason games has to worry the Jags. Nearly $14 million of Robinson's salary is guaranteed.
When players showed up to training camp out of shape last season, the lockout presented a half logical excuse. Davis couldn't hide behind labor unrest this summer, and the fact that he knew the "Hard Knocks" cameras would be in focus made his ugly start in training camp even more troubling.
The Cardinals wanted Kolb to show something this summer, show anything to make it feel like the franchise didn't set itself back considerably by trading for him last year. But he's been bad as ever through three preseason games.