Michael Irvin lawsuit: Cowboys great reaches settlement on $100,000,000 defamation controversy with Marriott

Dallas Cowboys icon Michael Irvin appears to have reached a settlement in his $100 million defamation lawsuit against Marriott, a hotel company.  

The dispute arose earlier this year during Super Bowl week when Irvin was accused of inappropriate behavior 

As a result of these allegations, he was dropped from his role on the NFL Network broadcast team. 

According to reports from the Dallas Morning News, Irvin has now come to an agreement with Marriott, potentially resolving the legal issue. 

Additionally, there are rumors that the NFL Network is planning to lift Irvin's indefinite suspension, allowing him to return to his role with the network. 

During his time away from NFL Network, Michael Irvin has remained active in the lead-up to the 2023 NFL season.  

He made his debut on Fox's "Undisputed" following a cast update, with Shannon Sharpe no longer co-hosting the show alongside Skip Bayless.  

It's been reported that Sharpe left the show due to disagreements with Bayless. 

Furthermore, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones, has commented on Michael Irvin joining 

"Undisputed," though the specific details of his remarks were not provided in the information provided. 

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