Marshall Faulk Suspended By NFL Network After Sexual Assault Allegations

Erica Murray
December 12, 2017

The NFL Network has suspended Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor and Heath Evans - all former NFL players - as it looks into separate incidents of sexual harassment that Cantor alleges in her lawsuit.

The employee, Jami Cantor, worked as a wardrobe stylist from 2006 through October 2016, when she was dismissed.

The suit, a copy of which has been uploaded by Deadspin, alleges Faulk groped Cantor's breasts and behind, and asked her "deeply personal and invasive questions" about her sex life.

Bloomberg's Jordyn Holman and Scott Soshnick were first to report the story Tuesday night. Taylor, hired in 2015, works primarily on "NFL Now".

McNabb, who joined NFL Network as an analyst in 2012 before leaving for Fox and later beIN Sports, allegedly sent Cantor explicit messages and comments during his time at NFL Network.

Faulk has been suspended by the NFL Network while it investigates sexual harassment allegations against him.

The NFL Network suspended three analysts after a former employee claimed that they - and several others - sexually harassed her on the job. The former Eagles quarterback is now a radio host for ESPN, where he also makes regular appearances on shows like First Take. Cantor also claims that Taylor sent her inappropriate pictures and a video of himself masturbating.

Cantor accused Faulk and Evans of groping her and making sexually explicit comments.

"These are very serious and disturbing allegations that we were made aware of today", a spokesman for the Bill Simmons Media Group told the New York Times. Her lawyer Laura Horton said, "It's outrageous conduct and I fully intend to hold the NFL Network responsible". She also says that Taylor and Weinberger sent her nude photos without consent, while McNabb made "explicit" texts. After getting fired in October of that year, the 51-year-old Cantor was replaced by a woman 21 years younger.

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