Michael Irvin Returns To NFL Network After $100 Million Defamation Settlement

Right at the beginning of the NFL season, former Dallas Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin was informed of some significant information.

After settling his $100 million defamation lawsuit against Marriott over an incident at the hotel before the Super Bowl in Phoenix in February,

former Dallas Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin will be back on the air with the NFL Network now that the new NFL season has begun. The event in question occurred at the hotel before the Super Bowl.

According to a story in the Dallas Morning News, Irvin has been lifted from the suspension imposed by NFL Media now that the case has been resolved.

It has been reported that Irvin is present at the venue and will make an appearance on the Game Day studio program that airs on NFL Network this morning.

Because of the allegations made by a woman in February, at the beginning of Super Bowl Week in Arizona, he was pulled from his on-air responsibilities.

He did not return to the air until he joined on with "Undisputed" with Skip Bayless on FS1, which airs on Monday nights.

The man who has been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame

And won three Super Bowls with the Cowboys has always maintained that he did not engage in any unethical behavior.

Now that the problem has been resolved, he is free to go on with his life and get back to doing what he enjoys most, which is debating various sporting events while watching them on television.

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