Wednesday’s resignation of Panthers defensive backs coach Curtis Fuller came amid complaints of workplace misconduct, with a source telling ESPN that Fuller’s behavior toward women was “inappropriate.”
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Carolina Panthers announced Friday that Wednesday’s resignation of defensive backs coach Curtis Fuller came amid complaints of workplace misconduct.
The resignation occurred while the NFL continues to investigate team owner Jerry Richardson for sexual harassment and workplace misconduct.
Fuller’s conduct toward women was “inappropriate,” according to a source.
“After approaching Coach Fuller with the findings of an investigation into complaints of inappropriate conduct, we accepted his resignation,” team spokesperson Steven Drummond said in a statement. “The Panthers are deeply committed to ensuring a safe, comfortable and diverse work environment where all individuals, regardless of sex, race, color, religion, gender, or sexual identity or orientation, are treated fairly and equally.”
Fuller, 39, had been with the Panthers since 2013. He was promoted to defensive backs coach last year after Steve Wilks was promoted to defensive coordinator.
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