Apparently 8th-String WR Sam Hurd Was Tony Montana For NFL Players

Posted: December 16 @ 9:00am by 610 in Bolivian
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[CBS]  Bears wide receiver Sam Hurd, who was arrested Wednesday on federal drug charges, was a top drug dealer in Chicago and police have a list of NFL players who were supplied drugs by the receiver, a law enforcement source told 670 The Score. The list is “in the double-digits”, according to the source. According to the criminal complaint, Hurd told an undercover Homeland Security agent Wednesday night that he and another co-conspirator were already distributing four kilograms of cocaine a week in the Chicago area, but he needed more. He was seeking five to ten kilograms of cocaine and 1,000 pounds of marijuana a week to distribute and was willing to pay $25,000 per kilo of cocaine and $450 per pound of marijuana. That adds up to as much as $700,000 of drugs each week.

So apparently that 3-year/$5 million contract he inked with the Bears this off-season is ashtray money for Sam Hurd.  Granted, he’s going to jail but Hurd #81 jerseys are gonna peak now.  I mean how often is ‘professional athlete’ someone’s part-time job?  That’s fucking incredible.  I can’t wait to see whose names are on that list.  The pot doesn’t interest me – but who’s bumping lines?  No doubt Pacman Jones is buying in bulk to throw in the faces of strippers at his house parties, but anyone who knows anything knows that.  But who’d be the surprise?  Or the player who’d make you say, “Yeah, that makes sense.”  Early odds-on favorite is obviously Lord Tebow.  I’m not kidding.  What other drug turns you into a superhero capable of anything for about 15 minutes?  You know, like improbable 4th-quarter comebacks every weekend.  First 45 minutes of the game Mr. Holy Spirit is deliberate & ineffective but all of a sudden, after returning from your end-of-3rd-quarter commercial break, he’s energized, focused and one step ahead of the opposition.  Didn’t he just beat the Bears this Sunday in miraculous fashion? Yeah, Sam Hurd’s own Chicago Bears.  What a coincidence…


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