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Raiders OT Donald Penn Says New Buccaneers Regime “Did Me Wrong”

Raiders OT Donald Penn said that the new Buccaneers regime, headlined by General Manager Jason Licht and Head Coach Lovie Smith were not upfront with him regarding his eventual release

The way Tampa did me kind of left a bad taste in my mouth,”  Penn said on Sirius XM radio, via Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk.  “I kind of wish they were on the schedule, but they’re not.

  • Smith adds that Penn thinks that the Buccaneers mislead him regarding his future with the team.

Penn did stress that he appreciates the opportunity he was given during his eight years in Tampa, but there was clear some resentment in his tone.

Penn, 30, was cut loose by the Buccaneers after they signed Anthony Collins last week, but eventually signed with Oakland for $4.8 million over two years.  Penn would have made $6.5 million in 2014 alone with Tampa.

  • Addam Kaiser

    Apparently that is the new “Business” format. Keep your returning players on standby til you can find replacements for them. Look on the bright side, at least they said something to you misleading or not. You could have heard you would be evaluated later and dumped to free up cap space. GL with the Raiders, maybe they will get more wins this year.

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