However, he failed to appear in court for his July 6 hearing, resulting in the issuing of an arrest warrant for the 25-year old.
After failing to appear in court over a shoplifting charge in Virginia, Dallas Cowboys Receiver Rodney Darnell Whitehead - better known as Lucky Whitehead - has a warrant out for his arrest, according to TMZ Sports.
The court date has been reset to August 10, per court records.
When asked if being cut was a possibility at the end of the Cowboys' evaluation, Garrett said, "Absolutely".
The WAWA in Virginia where Whitehead is accused of shoplifting from
Prince William County arrest records show Whitehead was arrested for shoplifting and petit larceny June 22 in Manassas, Va. after taking food and drinks from a gas station there.
It's more tough news for the Cowboys, who also learned today that their Super Bowl hopes have been jinxed by the August cover of D Magazine.
Whitehead had this warrant hanging over his head last week when he made national news after posting on Instragram about his dog being allegedly kidnapped and held for ransom by a Fort Worth rapper. He and his dog were returned a day later after a freaky string of events involving a Fort Worth rapper. He also rushed 20 times for 189 yards and caught nine passes for 64 yards. He was arrested on a shoplifting/petit larceny under $200 charge.
Whitehead's case is just the latest in a string of non-football related incidents involving Cowboys players.
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