Ike Taylor, a former member of the Louisiana Ragin' Cajun football team, as well as a Heath Evans, a former member of the New Orleans Saints, have been suspended from their television analysts positions.

The NFL Network has suspended the two, along with several former players and analysts over allegations of sexual abuse/harassment.

Taylor, who played running back and cornerback for the Cajuns, is a former two-time Pro Bowl selection as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Evans played for the Saints for two seasons, including the 2009 Super Bowl campaign.

Along with Taylor and Evans, the NFL Network also suspended Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk, a native of Louisiana.

All of this comes about after a former employee at the network says she was sexually harassed by the former NFL players.

The former employee, who worked in wardrobe, has also filed suit against Eric Weinberger, a former network executive producer and current president of Bill Simmons Media Group.

In her lawsuit, she accuses Faulk of groping her and Taylor of sending her inappropriate photos and videos.

The former NFL Network employee also accuses Eric Davis, Warren Sapp, and Donovan McNabb of sexual harassment.

Those three former players are no longer employed by the network..