A former NFL Network employee has accused several former NFL players of alleged sexual harassment, according to a report from Bloomberg.
Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb is among the group.
Other former players and media personalities include: Ike Taylor, Marshall Faulk, Warren Sapp, and Heath Evans. The Ringer president Eric Weinberger has also been accused.
Here’s what was said about McNabb.
Donovan McNabb, a former analyst, also texted her explicit comments, according to the compliant.
NFL Network has responded to these allegations by suspending Faulk, Taylor, and Evans pending investigation.
McNabb no longer works for NFL Network; he’s now employed by ESPN and beIN Sports. It remains to be seen if the companies will take any action.
McNabb is obviously one of the most prolific players in Eagles history. He still holds a number of the franchise’s passing records.
Since last playing in 2011, McNabb has worked in various media roles. In 2015, he resigned from Fox Sports after being arrested for his second DUI in as many years.
UPDATE: ESPN releases statement on McNabb.
ESPN on Donovan McNabb and Eric Davis re: the NFL Network allegations:— Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch) December 12, 2017
"We are investigating and McNabb and Davis will not appear on our networks as that investigation proceeds."