I agree that the eggs don't seem to be fertile, due to the yellowish coloration. My first Beardie laid a bunch of infertile eggs (she's never been bred), and they all looked yellow like that, and were kind of small and hard (not like rock, just more doughy than squishy). For comparison's sake my current Beardie just laid a clutch which I'm 99% sure is fertile. All the eggs were large (1 inch long) and white, with a pinkish spot on top, and felt like loose water balloons.
In any case, definitely provide your female with a dig box, because whether the eggs are fertile or not, they need to come out. Do you feel any more eggs in her belly? If you probe gently with your fingers, you should be able to feel her belly, which in an egg-less condition should be soft and squishy. If there are more eggs in there, you'll be able to feel them. Just don't poke too hard, because ruptured eggs are a serious medical issue.
btw, female Bearded Dragons who are not bred will occasionally lay a few (2-3) infertile eggs at random times (a couple times a year, every 2-3 years, etc.), so there's nothing to worry about. It's normal for them. :wink: