Originally published on Silver & Black Report on March 18, 2014
Reggie McKenzie and the Raiders continued to add pieces to the offensive line on Tuesday as he added former-Buccaneer offensive lineman Donald Penn to the roster, according to NFL.com
Penn will seemingly enter offseason workouts as the Raiders starting left tackle after the Raiders failed to complete a signing of Rodger Saffold and let Jared Veldheer walk in free agency.
Penn became a free agent after the Buccaneers released him earlier this offseason. Penn recently signed a six-year deal with them in 2010 but was set to make $6.75 million in 2014.
Penn is just another signing by McKenzie in attempt to secure up the Raiders porous trenches over recent years. DL Lamarr Woodley and Justin Tuck signed last week as did OL Austin Howard before OL Kevin Boothe signed yesterday.