An alleged road rage occurrence in Miami Beach, Fla., led to the arrest of Broncos defensive end Elvis Dumervil, who was charged with assault with a deadly weapon, according to a Miami Beach police report, the Denver Post reported.

The report, according to the Post, stated Dumervil and friend Andy Auguste were driving separate cars on Saturday when a third car merged between them. An argument ensured.

Dumervil and Auguste allegedly left their vehicles and walked toward occupants in the other car. Dumervil and Auguste each allegedly lifted his shirt to reveal a gun.

The officer who arrived at the scene found a gun in the glove compartment of Dumervil's car.

However, the Post reported that, according to two unnamed sources, Dumervil was not carrying a gun, and the gun found in the glove compartment and the vehicle he was driving did not belong to him.

An employee at Victoria's Secret witnessed the incident and phoned the police. According the police report, the employee's statement agreed with much of the alleged victim's statement.

However, the witness also stated that the driver of the third car threw an object that struck Dumervil's car.

He and Auguste were arrested on the same charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a third-degree felony.

Dumervil, 28, was released after posting his $7,500 bail.

Dumervil is a two-time Pro Bowler who led the NFL with 17 sacks in 2009. He had 9.5 sacks in 2011.