The Huskies’ rise to prominence has been years in the making.
Former NFL wide receiver Sam Hurd has been sentenced to 15 years for his role in a drug-distribution scheme.
While NFL teammates and friends knew Sam Hurd as a hardworking wide receiver and married father, authorities say he was fashioning a separate identity as a wannabe drug kingpin with a focus on “high-end deals” and a need for large amounts of cocaine and marijuana.
Disgraced former Bears wide receiver Sam Hurd made a startling confession in this week’s issue of SI’s MMQB.
Former Bears wide receiver Sam Hurd is reportedly preparing to plead guilty in his federal drug trial.
Former NFL receiver Sam Hurd has pleaded not guilty to a new indictment in the drug case that derailed his career.
Last week, reports circulated that former Bears wide receiver Sam Hurd had pleaded guilty to federal drug charges.
A friend of former NFL wide receiver Sam Hurd has formally pleaded guilty to a cocaine possession charge in connection with allegations that Hurd tried to start a drug ring.
A judge has ordered former NFL wide receiver Sam Hurd jailed indefinitely for allegedly failing drug tests and attempting to arrange a drug deal while out on bond facing charges of trying to start a marijuana and cocaine distribution network.
A Texas man accused of working with former Chicago Bear Sam Hurd to arrange large purchases of drugs is now facing prison time.
Sam Hurd’s drug conspiracy trial has been delayed until August. The 26-year-old is a former Chicago Bears and Dallas Cowboys player. Hurd has pleaded not guilty.
Former NFL wide receiver Sam Hurd is scheduled to go on trial April 2 on charges that he tried to create a drug-distribution network, according to a federal judge’s order.
Scott Hagel joined The Boers and Bernstein Show on Tuesday to discuss the decision to hired Phil Emery as the club’s fifth general manager.
Former NFL wide receiver Sam Hurd was indicted Wednesday on federal drug conspiracy and possession charges after he and another man were accused of trying to establish a drug-dealing network.
It seems that the Bears and the Bulls have been trying to follow the same floor plan the last few years as far as building their teams.
There’s no use looking back now. The 2011 season is over and it’ time to start preparing for the future.
They did it front of the stunned, silent home fans, displaying the truth of their thin, banged-up roster and making clear what has probably been the story since Jay Cutler got hurt: they never had a shot.
Sam Hurd’s attorney denied Friday that his client provided drugs to other NFL players.
As a football player, Sam Hurd is a hard-working athlete who did everything that head coach Lovie Smith, wide receivers coach Darryl Drake and special teams coach Dave Toub asked of him on the football field.
Bears general manager Jerry Angelo said the Bears will waive Sam Hurd Friday.