Former UL/Saints Players Suspended By NFL Network

Marshall Faulk, Donovan McNabb and others allegedly sexually harassed former NFL Network female employee: report

Report: Marshall Faulk accused of sexual harassment at NFL Network

Per TMZ Sports, Cantor alleged that former NFL Network analysts Warren Sapp, Donovan McNabb and Eric Davis, as well as former NFL Network executive producer Eric Weinberger, engaged in sexual misconduct against her too. Additionally, Cantor's lawsuit alleges that former NFL Network executive Eric Weinberger, now with The Ringer, sexually harassed her. McNabb now appears on ESPN.

Cantor said Faulk asked invasive sexual questions and pulled out his genitals in front of her before stroking them and saying, "When are you gonna get on this already?"

Cantor originally filed a wrongful termination case in October and on Monday filed a more detailed complaint.

Along with Taylor and Evans, the NFL Network also suspended Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk, a native of Louisiana.

The complaint alleges that Sapp, who was sacked from the network after he was arrested on charges of assault and soliciting a prostitute in 2015, made inappropriate sexual remarks and sent Cantor sex toys as Christmas gifts.

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The allegations stem from a lawsuit filed by former NFL Network wardrobe stylist Jami Cantor, which was reported by Bloomberg's Jordyn Holman and Scott Soshnick. Cantor also accused Weinberger of telling her that she "was put on earth to pleasure (him)", adding that he once pressed his crotch against her shoulder and asked her to touch it.

Cantor alleges that Weinberger sent her "several nude pictures of himself and sexually explicit texts".

A spokesperson for The Ringer told NBC News: "These are very serious and disturbing allegations that we were made aware of today".

McNabb and Sapp are no longer with the NFL Network. After the story broke Tuesday night, a Ringer spokesman announced that Weinberger had been placed on indefinite leave "until we have a better understanding of what transpired during his time at the National Football League, and we will conduct our own internal investigation". NBC News was still attempting to reach Sapp for a comment.

"According to Bloomberg, Cantor "...also complained about other working conditions at the network, including a failure to reimburse her for expenses and a lack of compensation for the hours she worked.

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