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Donald Penn is a 30-year-old offensive tackle.
Nobody expects him to be svelte.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers do expect a certain level of conditioning from the anchor of their offensive line and they are just not getting it.
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According to Mark Cook of the Pewter Report, Buccaneers LT Donald Penn could be headed for a make-or-break year.
Cook mentions that Penn has failed to meet most of the weight clauses included in the six-year, $41.7 million contract he received from Tampa Bay back in 2010.
Penn, 30, has base salaries of $5 million in 2013 and another $6.4 million coming his way over the next...
Someone made the big fella mad and that was not a good idea. In an original article from Mark Cook of PewterReport.com that was picked up by Pro Football Talk, Bucs left tackle Donald Penn went off on Twitter in classic form. @profootballtalk 330 right now in the best shape I been in in a long time stop reporting ******** I made all my weigh in last yr n this yr — Donald Penn ...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a genuine concern with left tackle Donald Penn, who's work ethic has been spotty at best. He's scheduled to make $6.4 million this season, and it maybe make or break time for the man entering the assumed twilight of his career.
"Penn loves playing for the Buccaneers and is one of those locker room guys that coaches love to have, but also...
Tampa Bay Buccaneers tackle Donald Penn was the subject of a report from Mark Cook of The Pewter Report this weekend, writing that Penn has "failed to meet most of the weight clauses in his most recent contract."
Penn got wind of the report Sunday, and jumped all over ProFootBallTalk.com, thinking it was them who wrote the story (they simply re-reported it, citing Cook...