Former Eagles great QB Donovan McNabb and Eric Davis will not appear on ESPN as the company investigates allegations of sexually inappropriate behavior while they were at NFL Network. “We are investigating, and McNabb and Davis will not appear on our networks as that investigation proceeds,” ESPN vice president of communications Josh Krulewitz told USA TODAY. McNabb co-hosts a show on ESPN Radio and also occasionally appears on First Take, while Davis co-hosts a show on ESPN Radio from Los Angeles. McNabb and Davis are two of several players-turned-commentators named in a new filing in a lawsut brought by a former wardrobe stylist at NFL Network, a group that also includes current employees Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor. The suit also names Warren Sapp and Eric Weinberger, a top executive at Bill Simmons’ media group.