A former NFL wardrobe stylist alleged she was subject to ongoing sexual harassment from retired players and network executives, including one who told her that her "a — drives me insane".
Jami Cantor, who worked at the network from 2006 to October 2016, named the men in an amended complaint filed in Los Angeles Superior Court which included former NFL standouts Marshall Faulk, Donovan McNabb, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor.
Cantor, who also filed for wrongful termination, revealed disturbing details of "ongoing and continuing sexual harassment" by both current and former talent and employees at the network.
According to Cantor, Faulk asked "deeply personal and invasive questions" about her sex life, including her favourite position and whether she liked oral sex.
Faulk also allegedly "pinned" Cantor against a wall and demanded she perform oral sex while the former NFL star pulled his pants down.
Part of the 30-page complaint read: "Instead of saying good morning, Mr Faulk greeted plaintiff by fondling her breasts and groping her behind".
"As time went on, Mr Faulk became more aggressive, such as inviting plaintiff to his hotel room, stroking and pulling out his genitals in front of her, pointing to his crotch and asking plaintiff, 'When are you gonna get on this already?'"
Cantor claimed Evans "constantly propositioned" her to have sex and made several inappropriate comments toward her including "you're making me horny" and that he "needed to get in you deep and hard".
Eric Weinberger, a former executive producer at the network and current president of Bill Simmons Media Group, allegedly made unwanted advances and sent Cantor sexually explicit text messages.
"While at work, Mr Weinberger asked plaintiff to meet him in the back bathroom because he needed to see her and was "super horny'', Cantor's complaint read.
"At times, when plaintiff was working at her desk, Mr Weinberger pressed his crotch against plaintiff's shoulder and ask plaintiff to touch it."
According to her suit, Weinberger sent crude messages to Cantor including "watching you walk down the hall makes me crazy, your a — drives me insane," and "[Cantor] was put on earth to pleasure me".
Cantor wrote that Taylor sent her a nude video of himself masturbating in a shower and that she endured crude advancements by McNabb.
According to the complaint, McNabb who is the former analyst at the network, asked Cantor if she was a "squirter" and suggested that she visit him after work.
It was confirmed that Faulk, Evans and Taylor had been suspended from the NFL network pending an investigation and McNabb had been suspended by ESPN from his radio show.
Meanwhile, Cantor claimed she was met with indifference when she complained the NFL Network's talent co-ordinator, Marc Watts, who Cantor claims thought "they all want to sleep" with the wardrobe stylist.
According to Cantor's suit, Watts replied, "It's part of the job when you look the way you do".
Cantor was then fired on October 10, 2016 after she was accused of stealing clothes from on-air talent.