Cops Reportedly Called to Drew Rosenhaus' Home After Domestic Dispute with Wife

Tim KeeneyContributor IJanuary 19, 2015

Agent Drew Rosenhaus talks on the phone outside baseball's winter meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013.(AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)
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Miami police were reportedly called to the house of agent Drew Rosenhaus on Sunday night after an alleged domestic dispute involving him and his wife.

TMZ has the report:

According to sources cited by TMZ, Rosenhaus' wife came home on Sunday night and was verbally abused by Rosenhaus and his brother, Jason. She reportedly called the police as a precaution due to there being a gun in the house, although no one ever threatened to use it.

Bleacher Report's Jason Cole corroborated the report, adding that the couple has intentions to divorce:

Rosenhaus, known as one of the more aggressive agents in the football world, owns Rosenhaus Sports Representation and currently has 92 NFL contracts negotiated, per NFLPA.com.