Marshall Faulk and Heath Evans are expected to leave NFL Network in the aftermath of a sexual harassment lawsuit filed last year by Jami Cantor, reports the New York Post.

In addition, Ike Taylor, another former player turned analyst mentioned in Cantor’s lawsuit, has parted ways with the network. Cantor’s lawsuit also named Warren Sapp, who was let go following a solicitation arrest in February of 2015, Donovan McNabb, who ESPN fired this January after he was mentioned in another lawsuit along with Eric Davis and Michael Irvin (who has somehow still kept his job), and Eric Weinberger, who The Ringer let go in March.

According to the Post, Faulk and Evans are negotiating their departures, which will also include clauses that will prevent lawsuits from being filed.

Taylor is already gone, while representatives for Faulk and Evans are finishing up the language of their exits. Faulk’s contract had at least one more year on it.

One clause in the deals, sources said, will prevent either side from suing the other.

The NFL Network declined comment.

Evans and Taylor were frequent analysts on NFL Total Access. Neither is listed on NFL Network’s show page for Total Access. Faulk served as an analyst on NFL Network’s GameDay Morning and on the network’s Thursday Night Football coverage, but hasn’t appeared since his suspension last year. He’s also no longer listed on NFL Network’s show page for the GameDay series of programming.

[New York Post]

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