Cowboys cut receiver Lucky Whitehead for shoplifting arrest he says didn't happen


The Cowboys, however, released Whitehead and cited a pattern of behavior in justifying the move.

However, the police department today announced that the man who was arrested provided false information, and that Whitehead was misidentified. The man arrested did not have any identification on him, but knew Whitehead's date of birth and social security number.

Police said they are seeking the person who used the identity of Whitehead, whose given name is Rodney Darnell Whitehead Jr.

"In handling the situation and evaluating with the authorities there and in talking to him, we just didn't feel like it's in the best interest of the Cowboys to have him with us", coach Jason Garrett said of Whitehead. "I never once had an altercation with the cops", Whitehead emphasized in an exclusive interview with Cowboys HQ.

Whitehead was left off the roster for a game a year ago when he missed a team meeting, apparently after a late night out.

Rich told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport that all charges against Whitehead have been dropped and his arrest warrant rescinded.

Team executive vice president of personnel Stephen Jones dismissed such a notion Monday. Jerry Jones says they have a "high bar" for people in their locker room. A vehicle accident he failed to report to the coaching staff doubled down on Garrett's anger after he discovered the accident based on a deleted Snapchat. We looked at it.

Fantasy Impact Just hours after the news of Whitehead's June arrest blossomed through the media, Dallas cut their kick return ace. A Wawa store employee notified police a man had left without paying, leading to the arrest and subsequent charge.

Last week, a bunch of soundcloud rappers stole his dog and held it for ransom until he paid up. Kasino said he had not kidnapped the dog but had bought it and wanted Whitehead to reimburse him.

"You can add a receiver from Long Beach State Community College or add a guy like Lucky Whitehead, who has a pretty good body of work". The team also signed Greg Hardy in 2015 after Hardy was convicted of domestic violence. He also rushed 20 times for 189 yards and caught nine passes for 64 yards.