This is the only picture we have of him in a Packers uniform since he entered the league.
When Getty Images only has one picture of you since you've joined the NFL, that's a bad sign.
After Derek Sherrod's rookie season, cut short by a broken leg, the young tackle hasn't seen the field. Worse, he's been placed on the PUP list to start training camp, according to Weston Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.
That's not good, especially not a year-and-a-half after the initial injury.
As decimated as the Packers offensive line was again last year, if he was even remotely healthy he would have played. That he's either still being handled with kid gloves (best-case scenario) or still too hurt to practice (worst-case scenario) is alarming and a bad sign.
It's safe to assume if he doesn't see the field in camp, he may see an injury settlement and the waiver wire.
Other potential cuts
Chris Williams, St. Louis Rams
Man, the Rams seem desperate. Former first-round bust Chris Williams played all right for the Rams in the few games he was around for last season, but so far in his career he hasn't done much but struggle. They brought him back on a one-year contract with only $451,154 guaranteed, so he's absolutely someone they can afford to cut if—or for the cynics in the audience, WHEN—he struggles.
Danny Watkins, Philadelphia Eagles
A first-round pick in 2011, Danny Watkins struggled in his rookie year and then lost his starting job. With Lane Johnson getting drafted high this year (fourth overall), he won't get it back anytime soon.
He was atrocious in pass blocking last season and will have to fight to even stay on as a backup.
Well, there's always Canada, right?