What we can not understand is this, how could anyone make it to become an NFL player or any other type of a professional sport's player and then, plot to sell drugs? As an NFL player, you make enough money to live, comfortably. So, what does it pay to do something foolish like this? Allegedly, Sam Hurd has been accused of doing such a thing. Why would he make it as a professional NFL player and then, risk his career? He will soon turn in his uniform, because now he is going to face charges as a drug dealer.
What the use of having a legitimate job as a sport's player, if you choose to do evil things? The same thing goes for people who work for corporate America or for these fortune 500 companies. God will not allow anyone to appear as though they are good people, if they choose to do evil things in secret. Now, Sam Hurd may not have thought anyone was looking, but God was watching him all along and has no choice but to allow him to face these federal drug charges and go down in history as a man who was once so fortunate to play professional football, but was going to invest his money into destroying his own race or any other race of drug users by distributing drugs throughout the Chicago area.
The Chicago Bears football team is preparing to cut him off. However, this world is so confused these days to believe whatever is immoral is right, so possibly, Sam Hurd thought he would not accused of such a thing or maybe he just thought he was slick enough to be a drug dealer while an NFL player. Too bad he did not think to open up some stores to help create jobs with all of the money he planned to invest in these drugs to destroy more drug users in Chicago.
CNN-The U.S. Attorney's Office in Chicago says Sam Hurd will likely be processed and released on a $100,000 cash bond Friday evening.
His case will now be handled by the federal court for the Northern District of Texas. Hurd waived his probable cause hearing so his case will move to a grand jury, which will decide whether to indict him, the U.S. Attorney's Office said.
Sean Jensen, an NFL Columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times, told CNN that the Chicago Bears organization was blindsided by the arrest of one of the most "cordial, friendly and accountable" players in the clubhouse.
"Everybody throughout this building is shocked by this revelation the other day. The team didn't know anything of it until Thursday morning when Sam Hurd wasn't in the usual receiver meeting. That's when they...Read full article, here.
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