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By Robert Littal On Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

Ex-NFL Sam Hurd Gets 15 Years in Jail For Trying to Be Drug Kingpin

Glass half full, he could have gotten life in prison with no chance of parole. So, he should consider himself lucky. BREAKING: Former NFL player Sam Hurd gets 15 years for role in drug-distribution scheme. — More...

By Glenn Erby On Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

Convicted Drug Lord Sam Hurd Says He Supplied Weed To NFL Players

Sam Hurd displayed potential to be a solid NFL wide receiver by day, and was a star drug kingpin by night. Hurd’s six year NFL career came to a screeching halt when a supposed lunch with Mexican drug dealers More...

By Robert Littal On Thursday, April 11th, 2013
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Sam Hurd’s Attorney Says His Client Isn’t a Drug Dealer, But a “Marijuana Freak”

This is somewhat plausible, because there are a lot of wannabe drug dealers out there, who are really just heavy drug users.  The have a lot of time and discretionary income, so they try to act like the drug More...

By Robert Littal On Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

Ex-NFL WR Sam Hurd Prepared to Take Plea Deal in Drug Trafficking Case

Hurd had no other options, the Feds had an air tight case and if he was found guilty the traditional way, he was looking a very long jail sentence. By accepting a plea deal, he will try to lessen that blow. Hurd More...

By Robert Littal On Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

Sam Hurd Faces Additional Drug Charges For Trying to Buy 5 Kilos of Cocaine While on Bail

I think it will be impossible to ever remove OJ Simpson as the dumbest criminal on the planet, but Sam Hurd is in the top 5. By now everyone knows that he was trying to be Nino Brown while a member of the Cowboys More...

By Robert Littal On Friday, August 24th, 2012

Former WR Turned Drug Dealer Sam Hurd’s Co-Defendant Turns State’s Evidence

The same thing happened to Michael Vick. All the Co-Defendents took plea deals, turned state evidence to the point that Vick who initially say he was innocent had no choice but to plead guilty and end up with the More...

By Robert Littal On Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Former WR Sam Hurd Tried to Buy 200 lbs of Weed & 5 Kilos of Cocaine While on Bail

Maybe Sam Hurd just wants to go to stay in jail forever. When the Feds revoked his bail, the original report was that it was for a failed drug test. You have to be stupid to do drugs while awaiting to go on trial More...

By Robert Littal On Thursday, August 9th, 2012
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Former WR Turned Drug Dealer Sam Hurd Arrested for Violating Bond by Smoking Weed

Sam Hurd was an OK wide receiver. He was a terrible drug dealer and now proves just in general not a very bright person. FYI former #Bears WR arrested by US Marshalls in San Antonio for violating his bond. Alleged More...

By Robert Littal On Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

Sam Hurd Formally Indicted on Federal Drug Conspiracy and Possession Charges

It could have been worse for Hurd, but it is still pretty bad. Hurd says he wants to play in the NFL again, I doubt that is ever going to happen.  He needs to concentrate on trying to lessen this jail sentence More...

By Robert Littal On Saturday, December 17th, 2011

Sam Hurd’s Attorney Says His Client Expects to Play Again This Season

I have a better chance of being Vanessa Bryant’s next husband than Hurd ever stepping on a NFL field ever again. I hope he had a lot of the drug money stashed somewhere safe because he won’t be collecting More...

By Robert Littal On Saturday, December 17th, 2011

Terrell Owens Releases Statement on Sam Hurd’s Drug Arrest

Not exactly sure why T.O. felt the need to issue an official press release. I don’t know if anyone was clamoring to hear what he had to say about the situation.  He and Hurd are friends, so I understand More...

By Robert Littal On Thursday, December 15th, 2011

Sam Hurd Faces 40 Years in Jail..Hires Snoop Dogg’s Lawyer David Kenner

When you are a big time drug dealer you hire a big time lawyer right? Call me crazy, but normal 9th string WRs don’t hire celebrity attorneys like David Kenner. Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports More...

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