Former Cowboys' wide receiver Sam Hurd was arrested in Chicago last night on federal drug charges out of Dallas.
Sam Hurd was ruled out of Sunday's season finale on Friday, but he also won the Ed Block award.
Aside from Miles Austin, the Dallas Cowboys don't have a healthy receiver on the roster who has ever recorded an NFL reception.
With Dez Bryant and Kevin Ogletree done for the year, Sam Hurd will have a shot to show the coaches what he can do as the no. 3 receiver.
Sam Hurd was left in disbelief after it was revealed that he was responsible for the Cowboys' excessive celebration penalty last week.
Wade Phillips wants his team to reserve celebrations until after the game, which is both a good idea and about two weeks too late.
Whether Sam Hurd did enough Thursday to remain with the Cowboys, we don't know; but he sure impressed Miami head coach Tony Sparano, who knows Hurd from his days in Dallas.
It was an ultimately meaningless contest, but not without its charm for Dallas.
According to a report, multiple teams have inquired about Cowboys' wide receiver Sam Hurd, who wants to see more substantial time as a receiver.
WR Sam Hurd has been a solid receiver and an exceptional special teams player for Dallas, but a loaded group of young wide-outs may signal his departure from Dallas.