On Thursday, free agent offensive lineman Donald Penn boarded a plane to Oakland for a visit with the Raiders. Two days later he remains unsigned, and he’s planning visits elsewhere.
Penn wrote on Twitter that he has other visits lined up, and according to the Washington Post, one of those visits is in Washington, where Penn could help protect Robert Griffin III.
Although Penn has played mostly left tackle, the plan in Washington would be to have him at right tackle, with Trent Williams remaining on the left side.
Carolina, which lost starting left tackle Jordan Gross to retirement, is also reportedly a possible landing spot for Penn.
Penn started all 16 games in Tampa Bay for the last six years, but the Bucs cut him at the start of free agency in a cost-cutting move. Penn had been owed $6.75 million in 2014 on his contract with the Buccaneers, and he’s not quite worth that kind of money. But he’ll provide an upgrade for some team’s offensive line.