How Many Sam Hurd Jokes Can We Make?

Last Wednesday, Bears wide receiver Sam Hurd has arrested on felony drug possession with the intent to distribute. Here are some facts that have come out about the case:
Sam Hurd met with an informant wanting to purchase 5-10 kilograms of cocaine and 1,000 pounds of marijuana PER WEEK 
I'm pretty sure the Feds do not have an intent to distribute case. The logical guess is that Hurd wanted to do all those drugs all by himself. He just has a perpetual heart attack.
He 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.
Was the $300,000 - $400,00 you make per year by only having to stand on the sidelines three hours a week not enough to pay for everything you wanted?
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... The list is “in the double-digits"
- Please let that list have Calen Hanie on it! Please let this list have Caleb Hanie's name on it!
- So this is why everyone in the league circled playing Chicago this year
- I don't think Devin Hester's name is on that list because the man was already retarded to begin with.
- So it wasn't Tim Tebow that caused Marion Barber to fumble and not run out of bounds, but the coke and weed in his system. It all make sense now.
- Do you think Roy Williams convinced the Bears to sign Sam Hurd so he wouldn't lose his pot guy when he came to Chicago?
The arrest came Wednesday night in the parking lot at Morton’s Steak House in Rosemont
Jeez, I hope he was coming out and not going in. If you're going to get arrested on felony drug possession the least that can happen is that you have a great meal first.
In August 2011 text messages and cellular phone records from a number used by Hurd showed up in relation to four individuals who were detained in California with currency, narcotics and weapons. The complaint states that the text message content "appeared to be consistent with narcotics trafficking and possible money laundering.
Clearly, Hurd has never seen The Wire.

Bears LB Brian Urlacher said this about Hurd:
You hate to see this happen to anyone. We all make mistakes.
Understandable. We all mistakenly buy large quantities of cocaine and pot on a weekly basis over a continuous span.

Bears LB Lance Briggs said this about Hurd:
Sam is a nice guy. Well liked, well liked in the locker room.
You mean the pot dealer was well liked inside of an NFL locker room? I gotcha Lance. *wink wink*

This story is incredible to me. This is not some random Chicago gangsta- this is an actual NFL player. I mean, I know he comes from Northern Illinois University- the home of three shootings in the past 18 months- but this is crazy.

In all seriousness, how many NFL players do you think are legitimately worried right now. Especially considering Hurd sounds like a snitch.