The Raiders came into the 2017 season with Super Bowl aspirations. After three straight losses, giving the Raiders a 2-3 record on the year, tensions are running high in Oakland.
With enough issues on the field, the Raiders found a new one off the gridiron between player and fans in the Coliseum parking lot. As Donald Penn was pulling out of the parking lot after the team's 30-17 loss vs. the Ravens, fans started yelling at Penn.
Penn then got out of the car and started talking back to the fans. He explained later that one of the fans threw a bottle at his car, and that's why he stopped and got out.
Security intervened between Penn and the fans. The confrontation can be seen below.
Warning: NSFW language.
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Penn signed a two-year, $21 million contract extension with the Raiders in September. He was named to his second Pro Bowl after the 2016 season.