According to TMZ, Marshall Faulk asked about personal information about Cantor's sex life, including questions about which sex positions she preferred, if she dated black men, and her preferences on oral sex. Former NFL Network executive producer Eric Weinberger is also now on leave at The Ringer.
A day after it was announced that the team's QB Carson Wentz will be out for the rest of the season after tearing his ACL as he clinched the NFC East, former QB Donovan McNabb was suspended from his job at ESPN after being implicated in a sexual harassment scandal involving one woman and at least four other players.
Josh Krulewitz, a spokesman for the company, said Tuesday in a statement that neither McNabb nor Davis would appear on any of the networks while the investigation proceeds. Her claims were included in an amended lawsuit filed Monday, accusing NFL Network of sex and age discrimination related to Cantor's 2016 firing. She also alleges that Weinberger once pressed his crotch up against her shoulder, and told her to touch it. It also says the network is still using items of clothing on-air which Cantor paid for out of her own pocket without being justly compensated by the network. "Instead, NFL made it more hard for plaintiff to do her job by increasing her work load and cutting her hours". The Hall of Fame running back also allegedly fondled her breasts and groped her behind.
Taylor sent Cantor "sexually inappropriate" pictures of himself and a video of him masturbating in the shower, according to the filing.
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Cantor used her own credit card to buy clothes for the National Football League employees but was not fully reimbursed, according to the suit, which also alleges she was required to work overtime without pay and was not given meal and rest breaks.
And Eric Davis, also a former NFL Network commentator and current ESPN analyst, who played in the NFL as a fullback, is accused of propositioning Cantor with vulgar language on several occasions.
This lawsuit marks the latest in a string of public embarrassments for McNabb, who maintained a relatively clean image during his playing career with the Eagles from 1999 to 2009, which was highlighted by trips to five NFC title games and a loss to the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXIX.
According to the suit, Sapp entered a restroom Cantor was preparing clothes in and urinated while she was still there.