NFL Network Suspends 3 Analysts Accused Of Sexual Misconduct

A former wardrobe stylist for the NFL Network accused current analysts Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor of sexual misconduct.
Posted at 11:21 AM, Dec 14, 2017

The NFL Network suspended three of its analysts after they were accused of sexual misconduct.

Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor were all named in a lawsuit filed by a former NFL Network employee. Jami Cantor worked as a wardrobe stylist for the network for a decade before she was fired in October 2016. 

Cantor originally filed a wrongful termination lawsuit back in October. On Monday, she filed an amended complaint to include more details about the sexual misconduct allegations.

Cantor says Faulk groped her and demanded oral sex; Evans sent her nude photos of himself and propositioned her; and Taylor sent her a video of himself masturbating. 

None of the men had released a statement as of early Tuesday morning. The three are just a few of the people named in Cantor's lawsuit. 

Cantor also accused a former executive producer, three former analysts and the NFL Network's talent coordinator of sexual misconduct in her lawsuit.