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NFL Agent Drew Rosenhaus Gets Married, Continues to Lock Down Top Talent
Image via @LisaAThomson

NFL agent Drew Rosenhaus never settles for less. 

Rosenhaus tied the knot with fiancee Lisa Thomson on Saturday, cementing what appears to be an Auburn-esque win for the sports agent industry as a whole. 

Photos of the newlyweds were dug up by Joe Kinsey of Busted Coverage, and let's just say what everyone is thinking: Rosenhaus was looking on point for his big day: 

The 47-year-old was ravishing in his crisp black tux, bow tie and frilled shirt. From his coiffed hair to his sparkling skin, Rosenhaus practically glowed with joy and good health. Maybe he’s born with it. Maybe it’s Maybelline.

Image via @LisaAThomson

Either way, there was an aura of vital beauty surrounding the NFL power broker—an ambiance that threatened to overpower that of his bride. 

Thomson, a Miami real estate agent, appears to be part of The Thomson Team—a highly effective Coldwell Banker group. According to the team’s website, Thomson “specializes in skillful negotiations and [is] known for obtaining the highest market dollar possible for her listings.”

How she managed to pull down a catch like Rosenhaus, however, is a mystery best left to the philosophers and their antiquated sundials.

What we do know is that the wedding itself took place in South Florida (presumably in the greater Miami area) and a host of sports stars and other socialites were in attendance: 

They also did the "Harlem Shake." And they did it hard. 

Based on an interview they gave about Thomson’s LASIK eye surgery procedure, the two have been together for at least a year. They were seen in public this summer when Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith married in July. 

And thus is the story of two power brokers. They joined in holy matrimony, and now, their marriage will stand as a beacon of hope to aspiring agents in both the sports and real-estate industries.

Even wealthy sports agents can find a soulmate who shares their interests—if not their chiseled physiques. 

 

Drew Rosenhaus: Always closing.

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