The Raiders lost their third consecutive game Sunday, dropping their record to 2-3.
After scoring only 10 points in consecutive weeks in road losses, Oakland scored 17 in a 13-point home loss to Baltimore.
After Sunday's game, a group of fans was heckling offensive tackle Donald Penn as he appeared to be driving away from the stadium. In the video, the fans insult Penn and call him "21 mil," in reference to the two-year, $21 million extension he signed in September to stay with the Raiders through 2019.
In the video, Penn gets out of his car to confront the group of hecklers as security keeps them separated, until a police officer gets Penn to leave.
The video below contains graphic language:
Shortly after the video came out, Raiders punter Marquette King sent a tweet of a goat emoji and Penn's Twitter handle. Penn responded to that saying the group threw a bottle at his car, but he should have stayed in his vehicle.
Penn, a two-time Pro Bowler, is in his 11 season. It's his fourth year with the Raiders after starting his career with the Buccaneers.
Next week, the Raiders host the 1-4 Chargers.
Update: The fan who was engaging with Penn had posted on social media previously that he would try to get Penn to attack him so he could sue for damages. In the comments section of an Instagram post of a picture of Penn and the fan, he tells writes, "Ima be on national tv just like that dude that got punched by draymond green."
Penn tweeted a screenshot of that comment and others discussing how the fan would try to get money after a physical altercation.
In the the photo caption, the fan mentions one of the four career touchdown receptions Penn has throughout his career, two of which came while with the Raiders.