The story states: "Kosar's Cleveland lawyer, John Climaco, says Harri and Jacob Kreuzer, a Houston collection agency investigator, are using strongarm tactics. Climaco cites an e-mail that Kreuzer sent to a Kosar assistant, saying Harri planned to 'air a lot of dirty laundry about Bernie's personal life' to media outlets including ESPN." Kosar is recently divorced, too. All this and Kosar got his photo on TMZ.com.
As head of the Gladiators, he was seen at all the home games in Cleveland patiently signing autographs for Cleveland fans. Many cite his involvement with the team for its success in drawing large crowds to the games. There was even a Bernie Kosar Bobblehead Night toward the end of the Gladiators' season. Kosar was recently seen in the vicinity of the IRS's boss, President George W. Bush. Kosar attended a Republican event near Cleveland. The event reportedly cost $10,000 a head. It is unclear whether Kosar got a chance to discuss his problems with the President.