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Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Friday's Bucs injury report...Gerald McCoy still not practicing.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Pete Carroll had another positive report on cornerback DeShawn Shead, who resumed practicing last week. Shead has been on the physically unable to perform list while recovering from surgery to repair a torn ACL. Said Carroll: "He's done well. He's put in two weeks of work. The tempo during these latter weeks in the season aren't such that he gets tested every day, but he's been working every day and he's out there practicing with us, so he's going full-go. So we'll see. Next week we'll make an evaluation of where he is." Players returning from PUP have to be activated within 21 days of when they begin practicing or they're ineligible to play for the remainder of the season.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Statement by Panthers coach Ron Rivera into the team's investigation into allegations of workplace misconduct by owner Jerry Richardson: “I have had a strong relationship with Mr. Richardson during my time with the Panthers. I have enormous respect for the man, but will wait for the results of the investigation before making any judgment.”

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

The Mike Zimmer Foundation is hosting a Christmas shopping spree at Dick's Sporting Goods tonight. Twenty five kids from Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota were each given a $200 gift card and the chance to pick out some gifts with Vikings players.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Here's the Seahawks' final injury report with Friday's practice participation included. K.J. Wright not practicing in any capacity this week makes it very difficult to imagine him playing Sunday. He's in the concussion protocol, which requires players to gradually return to practice before they're cleared to play.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders have placed second-round draft pick Obi Melifonwu on Injured Reserve with a hip injury. Oakland also activated CB Antonio Hamilton off IR.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Statement from the Carolina Panthers: The Carolina Panthers today announced it has commenced an internal investigation into allegations of workplace misconduct against the team's owner and founder, Jerry Richardson. The investigation is being led by the outside international law firm Quinn Emanuel Urquhart and Sullivan, LLP, and will be overseen by limited owner and former White House Chief of Staff Erskine Bowles. "The Carolina Panthers and Mr. Richardson take these allegations very seriously and are fully committed to a full investigation and taking appropriate steps to address and remediate any misconduct," team spokesman Steven Drummond said. "The entire organization is fully committed to ensuring a safe, comfortable and diverse work environment where all individuals, regardless of sex, race, color, religion, gender, or sexual identity or orientation, are treated fairly and equally. We have work to do to achieve this goal, but we are going to meet it."

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Right tackle Germain Ifedi was among several Seahawks fined from Sunday's loss to Jacksonville. His fine -- $24,309, according to a source -- stems from an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in the first half as opposed to the scuffles at the end of the game. Ifedi was flagged and fined for what the league called verbal abuse of a game official. Ifedi said he has "no idea" what he said to trigger the discipline and that he didn't get an explanation on the field. "I don't know," Ifedi said. "I can't speak on it. I have to see what it's all about. Right now, no comment."