Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans, are not expected to return to the NFL Network after their suspensions that stemmed from allegations against them and others in a lawsuit filed by former NFL Network employee Jami Cantor. Others named in the lawsuit include Ike Taylor, who has already parted ways with the network, Donovan McNabb and Eric Davis, who had already left NFL Network for ESPN and subsequently been let go in Bristol, and Eric Weinberger, who left NFL Network for a job he has now been let go from with the Ringer.
Andrew Marchand reported the accusations against each of the men in The New York Post.
The suit claims Faulk groped the woman’s breasts and behind, while Taylor allegedly sent a video of himself masturbating in the shower. Evans is said to have asked for sex and sent nude pictures of himself.
Nothing has been made official yet, but the news of Faulk’s and Evans’ termination is expected in the coming days. There is some language in both men’s contracts that prevents either from suing the NFL Network for early termination according to one of Marchand’s sources.