NFL Player Arrested, Accused of Dealing 1/2 Ton of Pot, 4 Kilos of Coke A Week

    An NFL player is in trouble with Immigration & Customs Enforcement, facing federal drug charges and the possibility of decades behind bars.

    FOX News Radio's Chris Hoenig has details:

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    By day, Sam Hurd hustles on the football field as a wide receiver for the Chicago Bears, making plays on the Chicago Bears Network.

    (Play-by-Play) "He throws, caught at the 35...Sam Hurd to midfield and bumped out of bounds."

    Off it, Hurd is also accused of in dealing drugs.  The 26-year-old was arrested Wednesday night after buying cocaine from an undercover ICE agent at a Chicago restaurant.  An ICE release says Hurd told the agent that he currently deals four kilos of coke and a half-ton of marijuana a week, but was willing to pay a new supplier more than $125,000 for 5-10 kilos a week.

    Hurd could face 40 years in prison and up to $2 million in fines.

    Chris Hoenig, FOX News Radio.