The wave of sexual harassment accusations which have rocked politics and Hollywood has hit the sports media.
Former NFL Network employee Jami Cantor has accused Marshall Faulk, Donovan McNabb, Ike Taylor, Heath Evans and former NFL Network executive producer Eric Weinberger of harassing and assaulting her in a lawsuit filed against NFL Enterprises.
The NFL Network has indefinitely suspended Faulk, Taylor and Evans. Weinberger, who has moved on to run Bill Simmons' website The Ringer, was also suspended indefinitely.
McNabb now works for ESPN. When asked about the former QB's status, a station rep said: "We just learned of it and will begin an investigation."
Cantor, who worked as a wardrobe stylist with the NFL Network from 2006 until October 2016, accuses Faulk of inviting her to his hotel room, pulling down his pants, pinning her to the wall, and demanding oral sex. She says the Hall Of Famer also groped her breasts on different occasions and asked her invasive questions about her sex life.
In her lawsuit, Cantor says McNabb would send her inappropriate and explicit messages. Taylor allegedly sent Cantor a video of him masturbating in the shower. Evans and Weinberger also allegedly sent her nude images and propositioned her for sex.
So far, no comment from the accused.