Should the NFL Network crack down on alleged abusers? | The Tylt
Should the NFL Network crack down on alleged abusers?
The details of what Jami Cantor went through at the NFL Network is repulsive, and the NFL network was right to move quickly to suspend the alleged abusers to save face. Here is just a sample from Sports Illustrated:
Cantor also recalls Sapp urinating in front of her in the restroom and telling her “Sorry mama, but your office shouldn’t be our s****er.” Further, she claims that Evans would make sexually inappropriate comments to her, such as “you’re making me horny,” and that he “needed to get in you deep and hard.” Cantor charges that her complaints about this alleged misconduct did not lead to corrective action. Cantor's recitation of facts also implicates Eric Davis and Donovan McNabb, both of whom host radio shows on ESPN Radio. Davis, Cantor asserts, made lewd comments around her while McNabb allegedly sent her inappropriate texts.
There are a lot of allegations being thrown around without a shred of proof being presented to the public. Legally, anyone is innocent until proven guilty, and until they are guilty, they should not be punished. The NFL Network is being unfair caving to the public and punishing these men before the facts come out. They are still people, and they deserve their day in court to defend themselves.
Faulk among trio suspended by NFL Network https://t.co/gpkaZdKIqk more suspension and firings etc before proof is provided. Getting ridiculous. If innocent it's too bad, career and reputation finished. Getting scary. If found guilty, then deserve to be fired..but wait til then