Police say Lucky Whitehead was misidentified

Posted July 26, 2017

The Dallas Cowboys have released wide receiver Lucky Whitehead on Monday afternoon mere hours after the organization discovered he had outstanding charges for petty larceny and failing to appear before court.

Instead, the incident was a case of mistaken identity, as Whitehead's agent, Dave Rich, had said on Monday. On June 22nd, Whitehead was reportedly arrested by the Prince William County Police Department in his home state of Virginia. He said the man gave officers a name, date of birth and Social Security number that matched those of Rodney Darnell Whitehead Jr.

Charges against former Cowboys wide receiver Lucky Whitehead have been dropped after police suggest they had the wrong man.

So the Cowboys made a decision to cut Whitehead on Monday following a lot of questions about the Cowboys and the character of people they keep on their roster.

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Following a day of a lot of "Say what?", the Cowboys have chose to part ways with WR Lucky Whitehead. The arrestee was released and given a court date of July 6, but failed to appear.

According to the Dallas Cowboys website, Whitehead didn't disclose the June arrest, and he could possibly be booted from the team.

Whitehead arrived late to a walkthrough on a Saturday prior to a game last December in NY and head coach Jason Garrett informed him to not fly with the team.

Today, Garrett stated that he learned about Whitehead's June 22nd arrest after leaving the morning walkthrough.

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Lucky Whitehead expressed disappointment the Cowboys didn't believe his side of the story.

It leaves the Cowboys in a super-awkward position after Whitehead told Cowboys coach Jason Garrett on Monday that he wasn't involved in the alleged incident.

It's unclear at this point if the Cowboys will re-sign Whitehead, now that his name has been cleared. "It's just unfortunate for the kid", Rich said.

So, in theory, this will play out with the Cowboys keeping Whitehead on their roster after an impressive show of faux justice. "So just to come in and know I'll have all this time and all these reps to get better, I'm excited".

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"I don't know [who] got arrested in Virginia", Whitehead says. Early the next morning, Kasino posted a video of him returning the dog to Whitehead.