ESPN has officially cut ties with Donovan McNabb after a month-long investigation into sexual harassment claims during his time at the NFL Network. Additionally, ESPN has also gotten rid of former NFL cornerback Eric Davis, who was also named in the sexual harassment lawsuit.

ESPN suspended the two former NFL players on December 12th following the lawsuit by Jami Cantor, a former NFL Network wardrobe stylist, who accused McNabb of sending inappropriate text messages and Davis of rubbing his body against her and making lewd comments. 

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Some of the allegations against the players include:

McNabb – Accused in the suit of texting her explicit comments. Those include him allegedly asking her if she “was a squirter” and asking her to “CUM to dinner with him,” among other things.

Davis – “I want you so bad,” “my cock is so hard because of you right now” and “you look like you would be an animal in the sheets.” “I can’t handle your (butt), it is so luscious,” Cantor claimed … that he wanted to “choke” her from behind until she “begged him to stop.” … Cantor claims that one time while she was working on the set in the studio on a ladder, he grabbed her butt, sliding his hand in between her legs and touching her private area.

McNabb appeared on the network and co-hosted a weekend NFL show on ESPN Radio. Davis co-hosted an ESPN L.A. Radio show.