(Sept. 5, 1992) Running back Marshall Faulk of the San Diego State Aztecs scores a touchdown during a game against the Southern California Trojans at Jack Murphy Stadium in San Diego, California.
(KGTV) - Former San Diego State running back Marshall Faulk is one of three ex-NFL players suspended by the NFL Network pending an investigation into a former employee's claims of sexual harassment.
Bloomberg News reported former NFL Network employee Jami Cantor is suing NFL Enterprises in Los Angeles Superior Court.
The lawsuit alleges Faulk and another former player, Heath Evans, groped Cantor and made sexually explicit comments to her while she worked at NFL Network.
The filing also claims network analyst Ike Taylor sent sexually explicit images and videos to Cantor, and former quarterback Donovan McNabb also sent explicit comments via text.
NFL Network confirmed Faulk, Taylor, and Evans were all suspended while the claims are investigated.
The online bios for the three analysts have been removed from the NFL Network staff page.
Cantor worked with the former players as a wardrobe stylist at the Los Angeles-based NFL Network.
Faulk is a College and Pro Football Hall of Famer who starred for the Aztecs in the early 1990s.