ESPN Fires Two Former NFL Players

Jan 5, 2018  •  Post A Comment

ESPN has given the ax to two of its on-air personalities, including longtime NFL star Donovan McNabb. The network also cut loose former NFL player Eric Davis, according to Bleacher Report.

McNabb and Davis had been the focus of a monthlong investigation into allegations of sexual harassment that were part of a lawsuit filed by wardrobe stylist Jami Cantor. The allegations stem from when McNabb and Davis worked at the NFL Network.

NBC Sports notes that ESPN suspended the men on Dec. 12.

“McNabb appeared on the network and co-hosted a weekend NFL show on ESPN Radio. Davis co-hosted an ESPN L.A. Radio show,” NBC Sports notes.

Cantor’s lawsuit accuses McNabb of sending her sexually inappropriate text messages, while Davis is accused of groping Cantor and making sexually suggestive comments.

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  1. Fired for doing something inappropriate at a former job? Interesting.

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