According to a report, Penn—released by Tampa Bay on Thursday after the Buccaneers signed free agent Anthony Collins—is coming to Oakland for a visit with the Raiders.
Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, via Twitter:
Former Buccaneers LT Donald Penn, whom Tampa released today, is flying to Oakland tonight to visit Raiders. Redskins also interested.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 14, 2014
Penn made 108 straight starts at left tackle for the Bucs after winning the job four games into the 2007 season and was a Pro Bowler in 2010.
He signed a six-year contract with the Bucs after that Pro Bowl season and was scheduled to make $6.75 million in 2014. His pass protection slumped last season, but the 31-year-old became the best tackle available on the market when he was cut.
The 6-foot-5, 340-pound Penn was an undrafted free agent out of Utah State in 2006 and spent time with the practice squads for both the Vikings and Bucs in 2006 before making the 53-man roster for Tampa Bay in 2007.
Penn, who will be 31 on April 27, has also been an infrequent weapon in the passing game, with three career receptions and two touchdown catches. He scored a one-yard touchdown on Nov. 11 in a 22-19 win over Miami on a tackle-eligible play and also caught a touchdown pass in 2010 against the 49ers.