The NFL Community’s game-day broadcast workforce will look significantly completely different this season, as a sexual harassment scandal will end result within the departure of Corridor of Famer Marshall Faulk and two different analysts.

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Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor all had been suspended final yr after a feminine worker claimed they had been amongst 5 individuals on the community who groped and harassed her.

The three former gamers aren’t anticipated to return to their jobs at NFL Community as soon as the common season commences, an individual with data of the scenario instructed USA TODAY Sports activities. The particular person requested anonymity as a result of the phrases of their launch haven’t been finalized.

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Faulk was a seven-time Professional Bowler with the Indianapolis Colts and St. Louis Rams. He was MVP in 2000 and ranks 11th on the all-time speeding record. 

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He was inducted into the Professional Soccer Corridor of Fame in 2011. He was employed by NFL Community in 2015.

The New York Put up was first to report the story.

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