A federal judge has delayed the drug conspiracy trial for former NFL wide receiver Sam Hurd until August.
A federal judge in Dallas has scheduled former NFL wide receiver Sam Hurd's trial on drug distribution charges for April 2.
Hurd is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday, but he will seek to enter his plea electronically to avoid a brief hearing.
An attorney representing Sam Hurd said this week that he will defend against the charges brought against his client "vigorously."
An arraignment date has been set for former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Sam Hurd.
A federal grand jury indicted former Dallas Cowboy Sam Hurd and another man Wednesday on drug charges following Hurd's arrest in Chicago last month.
According to Jerry Jones, the Cowboys hadn't the slightest idea that Sam Hurd was anything but a hard-working receiver.
A timeline of the investigation into former Cowboy Sam Hurd shows the probe started more than four months ago.
Jerry Jones said Friday that he was very sad to hear about Sam Hurd, who was arrested Wednesday in a drug sting.
Former Dallas Cowboy Sam Hurd, who is accused of running a major Dallas-to-Chicago drug pipeline, is free on bond.