One of Drew's clients, Willis Mcgahee, signed a signed a five-year contract with the Bills worth about $16 million.
Due to his aggressive dealings, some of Rosenhaus' competitors claim that Drew has violated the NFL Player's Association rules by contacting other agents clients illegally.
Drew's clients often "hold out", failing to appear for pre-season training camp and workout sessions, when their teams refuse to concede to Drew's demands for a contract renegotiation.
Drew is a former lifeguard.
On July 19, 2005, Drew saved the life of a 4 year old boy. The boy had drowned in a pool, Drew gave him CPR.
Many of Drew's clients are players for the New York Giants.
Drew is nicknamed "The Shark."
In 2006, Drew appeared in a Burger King commercial as the agent for their mascot, The King. The commercial spoofed Terrell Owens' public apology in November 2005.
Drew appeared the 1999 movie, Any Given Sunday.
In 1998, Drew's autobiography, A Shark Never Sleeps: Wheeling and Dealing with the NFL's Most Ruthless Agent, was published.
Drew is said to be a member of the "Miami mafia," a tight-knit group of influential University of Miami alumni involved in business, politics and sports.
16 of Drew's 90+ clients are fellow University of Miami alumni.
In 1990, Drew got his law degree from Duke University School of Law.
On November 19, 2006, one of Drew's clients 49ers RB Frank Gore broke the franchise single game record for most rushing yards with 212.
Drew's most known clients are: Terrell Owens, Chad Johnson, Jeremy Shockey, Sean Taylor, Zach Thomas, Santana Moss, Warren Sapp, and Willis McGahee.
Drew graduated from the University of Miami in 1987.
Drew represents over 90 NFL players, many of them are among the NFL elite.
Drew is an NFL agent.