(WTXF) - The sexual misconduct scandal has spread to the sports industry, as allegations have been made against a number of former NFL stars who work in television.
The New York Times is reporting that former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb is being accused of making inappropriate sexual comments to women when he used to work as an NFL analyst at NFL Network.
McNabb was not alone, as the accuser also named Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk, former Pittsburgh Steeler Ike Taylor, Hall of Fame defensive lineman Warren Sapp, and former Patriot Heath Evans in her allegations.
The accuser was hired by the network in 2006 and worked as a wardrobe stylist, and said she was "subjected to ongoing and continuing sexual harassment by current and former on-air talent."
The NFL Network has suspended current analysts Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans, and Ike Taylor pending an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment and assault.
McNabb currently appears regularly on ESPN, but reportedly won't appear on their networks pending an investigation.