Raiders LT Donald Penn returns to practice, ending 26-day holdout

ALAMEDA, Calif. — Pro Bowl left tackle Donald Penn ended his 26-day holdout and reported to the Oakland Raiders on Wednesday. And while it was immediately unclear whether Penn had received a new contract, he took the practice field to cheers and handshakes from his teammates. Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but he did say at the start of training camp that Penn already had a contract and he would not negotiate with a player who was not with the team. Penn, 34, was reportedly upset that his salary — he was scheduled to make $5.8 million in base in 2017 — did not rank in the top 10 of left tackles. Rather, according to ESPN Stats