NFL Network Exec Deletes Twitter Account After Graphic Conversations With Porn Stars Emerge

Earlier this week, the NFL Network and ESPN were rocked with a Harvey Weinstein-esque sexual misconduct allegation involving Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk and former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb, and 3 other stars (See: NFL Network, ESPN Suspend Faulk, McNabb And 3 Other Stars After Sexual Harassment Lawsuit).

Both networks said they are investigating the sexual allegations and that the NFL stars have been suspended.  Just days after that bombshell, a low-key cleanup inside the NFL network is quietly underway, with an NFL Network Exec, who furiously deleted his Twitter interactions with prostitutes and porn stars before completely deleting his entire account.

NFL Media’s Vice President and Executive Director David Eaton, 53,  spent much of Tuesday deleting years worth of Twitter conversations with and unfollowing hundreds of accounts of prostitutes and porn stars; shortly after, the entire Twitter account was deleted in the late afternoon timeframe, according to Dead Spin.

In a much larger damage control operation, it appears Eaton had a sitdown with HR to discuss options in dealing with his idiotic conversations with porn stars on social media for the world to see.

Luckily, Dead Spin was able to screenshot Eaton’s "social" horniness on social media, before it was wiped away from the public view. Eaton, who runs the online news for the NFL-owned cable network, was not mentioned in the latest lawsuit filed on Monday by stylist Jami Cantor, but he did spend his work hours talking about his rather unique cooking techniques to one porn star, in which he ‘double fisted poultry.’

According to Dead Spin, “Eaton’s online horniness consisted of sometimes mundane, sometimes racy, and often one-sided banter with escorts, former escorts, and porn stars.”

Eaton drummed up a conversation with porn star Zoey Holloway…

In one exchange during the NFL offseason, it must have been a boring day, where he focused on one porn star’s dress rather than the upcoming NFL season.

Eaton managed to use “spatchcocking” and “double fisting” in one sentence while talking to a former escort Olivia LaRoux.


There was even one occasion back in 2015, where he tried discussing literature with an account featuring a topless women avatar, Dead Spin said.

Further, according to Dead Spin, Eaton’s Twitter conversations with porn stars had been an “ongoing subject of discussion” inside the NFL Network for quite some time, although aAn NFL Media spokesman declined to comment on the issue.

It’s been a rather embarrassing week for the NFL, as what we’ve coined ‘the Weinstein contagion’ is not limited to the NFL. The obvious questions for next week are i) where will ‘the Weinstein contagion’ strike next, and ii) when will all of this finally take down half od Wall Street?