The allegations stem from a lawsuit filed by former NFL Network wardrobe stylist Jami Cantor, which was reported by Bloomberg's Jordyn Holman and Scott Soshnick.
Bloomberg was first to report the news of the allegations, citing court documents.
Among those named in the lawsuit are former NFL Network analysts Donovan McNabb and Warren Sapp, and current analysts Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor.
Faulk and Evans are still employed by the NFL Network, Weinberger has since left and now serves as the president of sports personality Bill Simmons's media group.
Former football players Heath Evans and Ike Taylor were also named in the suit and they, along with Faulk, have been suspended by the NFL Network. The complaint says that Weinberger sent Cantor sexually explicit texts and nude pictures of himself, he also pressed his crotch against her shoulder and told her to touch it.
The woman says she was also sexually harassed by other people at the network, and is claiming wrongful termination.
According to the complaint, Cantor told then-NFL talent coordinator Marc Watts about the harassment she had received. Faulk would ask Cantor "deeply personal and invasive questions" about her sex life and fondled her breasts and groped her behind, according to the complaint. The amended complaint accuses Weinberger of both having touched Cantor inappropriately and having sent her sexually inappropriate communications.
The Ringer told Kevin Draper of The New York Times that Weinberger was placed on "indefinite leave" Monday night, pending an investigation.
McNabb now appears regularly on ESPN.
The NFL Network issued a statement announcing the suspensions and that it would conduct its own internal investigation. "These are very serious and disturbing allegations that we were made aware of today".
The Ringer released the following statement about Weinberger to NBC News.
The original suit alleges that Cantor was sacked in October 2016 after having falsely been accused of stealing clothes from a network employee.
Davis, 49, played 13 seasons as a defensive back for four teams, most notably the San Francisco 49ers, with whom he won the Super Bowl after the 1994 season.
Taylor spent 12 seasons as a cornerback with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Taylor, hired in 2015, works primarily on "NFL Now".