Donald Penn says he's moving on.


The veteran Tampa Bay Buccaneers left tackle was angered by a recent online report suggesting Penn failed to meet some of the weight clauses stipulated in his contract.


“I'm a happy-go-lucky guy and it seems like people are trying to attack me,'' Penn said after Wednesday's offseason practice. “But, you know, I'm going to be bigger and better than that.


“Me and (head coach Greg) Schiano had a lot of talks last year about where he wanted my weight. We had a disagreement on what he wanted and where I thought I should be. At the end of the day, that's a battle I'm not going to win. I bought in and I've done everything he's asked me to do. For that (report) to come out, after I've been doing everything that I've done, it really like kind of stabbed me in the stomach.''


Penn, who has started 92 consecutive games, said he weighs 330 pounds, 10 pounds less than his listed weight.


“I'm very excited about what he done this offseason and where he's got himself in terms of conditioning,'' Bucs general manager Mark Dominik said. “I'm sure (the report) is disappointing to Donald. What he's doing is right on par with what we would have hoped and expected from Donald Penn.''


Schiano lauded Penn's dedication to controlling his weight.


“Like so many of the big guys, you have to keep an eye on it,'' Schiano said. “When we first arrived, his weight was not what we wanted. He's done everything we've asked for in the last year. He's hit all his weights and he's played well, too.''