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A federal judge in Dallas has delayed the drug conspiracy trial of San Antonio Brackenridge grad and former NFL wide receiver Sam Hurd.
U.S. District Judge Jorge Solis granted the delay until Aug. 6. The delay was requested by Hurd’s co-defendant, Toby Lujan.
Trial had been set for April 2.
Hurd, 26, was arrested Dec. 14 in a federal sting at a Chicago restaurant. He was later cut by Chicago, who he signed with after spending his first five NFL seasons with the Cowboys.
Hurd and Lujan have pleaded not guilty.
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