Published: Tue, December 12, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Marshall Faulk among NFL Network trio suspended

Marshall Faulk among NFL Network trio suspended

NFL Network has suspended analysts Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans, and Ike Taylor while it investigates accusations of sexual harassment made in a lawsuit filed by a former network stylist. Cantor claims Weinberger sent "several nude pictures of himself and sexually explicit texts" and told her she was "put on earth to pleasure me".

Cantor's allegations, which claim that Faulk groped her, asked her invasive questions about her sex life and pulled out his genitals while demanding oral sex, were submitted as part of a lawsuit against NFL Enterprises.

Former NFL player and NFL Network's Heath Evans is interviewed during a media availability on set at the NFL Network studios, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015, in Culver City, California. At the NFL Network, Weinberger helped create and oversee the network's live programming, according to the statement.

Ike Taylor, also an analyst, sent Cantor "sexually inappropriate" pictures of himself and a video of him masturbating in the shower, according to the filing. Neither Sapp nor McNabb are now employed by the network, and as Soshnick mentions in his first tweet, Weinberger left the network to serve as the president of Bill Simmons Media Group.

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She said she was also sexually harassed by on-air talent. Cantor also alleges Weinberger would at times press his crotch against her shoulders and ask her to touch it. NBC News was still attempting to reach Sapp for a comment. Cantor originally filed suit in October.

The NFL Network announced Monday night that it has suspended San Diego State alumnus and former football star Marshall Faulk. Donovan McNabb, a former analyst, also texted her explicit comments, according to the compliant.

The original suit alleges that Cantor was sacked in October 2016 after having falsely been accused of stealing clothes from a network employee. Cantor also alleges that the network did not reimburse her for expenses, and failed to pay her adequately for the hours she worked.

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