NFL vice president of security Jeff Miller confirmed Wednesday to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport that the league is aware of an incident at the home of Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub involving a fan.

"This is a little unusual in that we don't normally have fans acting in this way going to a players residence that sort of thing" Miller said. "In this case Monday afternoon a vehicle pulled into his driveway an unidentified individual yelled obscenities. The police department is involved. We've been in contact with them as we normally would for anything like this. And because it is a team issue they have a security director we work with them.

"In this case they'll be working closely with the police department. But it's going to be investigated and handled seriously by the Houston Police Department."

Fred Davis of KILT-AM in Houston first reported that reported Schaub was confronted at his home by two fans. Houston Police said Wednesday only that a family member reported seeing "a suspicious male in the driveway of the residence taking pictures." Police spokesman Victor Senties told NFL Media that patrol officers were not sent to the Schaub home. It's believed that security has photos of the male.

Miller said the league will coordinate with team security to provide extra support because the story is in the public eye. He added that security can be provided for Schaub's family when he is traveling and they "don't need to be subjected to things like this."