Buccaneers Reach Long-Term Deal With Donald Penn

Jason La Canfora of the NFL Network reports the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and restricted free agent left tackle Donald Penn have agreed to parameters on a long-term contract.

La Canfora add that Penn and his agent, Rocky Arceneaux, are flying to Tampa to sign Penn's tender and long-term contract on Saturday.

Buccaneers rookies and veterans reported to training camp today.

An undrafted free agent out of Utah State, Penn (6-5, 305) has started 44 straight games at left tackle for the Buccaneers, who signed him off the Minnesota Vikings' practice squad in 2006.

Penn's restricted free agent was worth $3.168 million dollars in non-guaranteed base salary.

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