Michael Irvin returns to NFL Network, settles $100 million lawsuit with Marriott after misconduct allegation

Former Dallas Cowboys star and Hall of Famer Michael Irvin has made headlines as he settled his defamation  

lawsuit against Marriott and made a triumphant return to the NFL Network just in time for the start of the 2023 season.

Irvin's legal saga began when he filed a massive $100 million lawsuit against Marriott and six other parties. 

This lawsuit alleged defamation and tortious interference in a business relationship stemming from accusations made by a female employee. 

The employee claimed that Irvin had made lewd and inappropriate comments to her in a hotel lobby in Arizona back in February. 

Following these allegations, Irvin was removed from the NFL Network's Super Bowl coverage and had been absent from the network since then.

However, recent reports from The Dallas Morning News reveal that Irvin and Marriott have reached a settlement in their legal dispute.  

The exact terms of the settlement have not been disclosed publicly.

The initial allegations against Irvin were related to an incident at the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel just before the Super Bowl. 

At the time, the specifics of the allegations were not immediately clear. According to legal filings by Marriott, Irvin had reportedly approached the hotel employee 

who claimed he seemed visibly intoxicated and began behaving aggressively toward her after returning from a dinner that night.

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