NFL Network Suspends Three Former Players Over Sexual Misconduct Lawsuit

Looks like the NFL may want to steer some of that social justice money toward their own network – specifically one former executive and three current analysts who once played in the league, who now work at the NFL Network.

A former employee of the Network has accused an ex-producer and three former NFL players of inappropriate sexual conduct, resulting in the latter being suspended.

The allegations came to light via a wrongful termination lawsuit. In it, Jami Cantor, a former wardrobe stylist at the network, named producer Eric Weinberger, and former players-turned-analyst, Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor and Heath Evans as part of a lawsuit against NFL Enterprises.


Cantor claims Weinberger sent her “several nude pictures of himself and sexually explicit acts” while adding that the analysts harassed her physically and verbally.

Of Faulk, she alleges the former St. Louis Rams Super Bowl champion and NFL Hall of Famer groped her breasts and asked her “deeply personal and invasive questions” about her sex life.

Faulk, Taylor, and Evans have all been suspended.


The lawsuit also alleges that former analyst and Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, Donovan McNabb, texted Cantor explicit comments during his tenure with the NFL Network. McNabb now works at ESPN.

Details of the complaint were posted by Deadspin.


According to her complaint, Cantor went to the league’s talent coordinator to complain about the treatment she was receiving but was told, “It’s part of the job when you look the way you do.”

She was later terminated by her supervisor.

The former players have been suspended while the Network looks into the matter.

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