(WSCR) Last week, reports circulated that former Bears wide receiver Sam Hurd had pleaded guilty to federal drug charges.

Now, however, his attorney is saying those reports were premature.

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According to paperwork filed Tuesday, Hurd pleaded guilty to a federal drug charge, but his lawyer later said that the documents had been filed “prematurely” by the government with inaccurate information.

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Court documents indicate Hurd pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute at least 5 kilograms of cocaine, meaning he would face at least 10 years in prison.

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Hurd’s attorney, Jay Ethington, described those documents as, “in effect, draft documents,” adding, “The court documents appear that they will be withdrawn. The language in those documents had not been agreed to.”