(Reuters) - A sports agent, whose company represents star clients including Denver quarterback Tim Tebow, won $400,000 in a ruling against brokerage Morgan Keegan & Co, due to personal losses from bad bond investments.

It was a partial victory for Memphis-based sports agent W. Kyle Rote Jr., who co-founded Athletic Resource Management with a roster of clients that have included former Chicago Bulls forward Scottie Pippen and football player Michael Oher.

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