ESPN has severed ties with former NFL stars Donovan McNabb and Eric Davis following an investigation into alleged sexual misconduct at the NFL Network. In a statement issued Saturday, the network said the two football-stars-turned-TV personalities are “no longer working for us.” They were taken off the air on Dec. 12 after a former NFL Network employee filed a lawsuit accusing them and five others of sexual harassment. McNabb was accused of sending sexually explicit text messages, while Davis was accused of making lewd comments. The former employee who filed the lawsuit, Jami Cantor, worked at the NFL Network for 10 years before she alleges she was wrongfully terminated after complaining of the alleged harassment.
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