The warrant issued for the arrest of former Dallas Cowboys receiver Lucky Whitehead was rescinded after police determined they had the wrong man, Whitehead’s agent announced.

It’s the latest in a bizarre turn of events for Whitehead, who was cut by the Cowboys on Monday amid reports of the warrant being issued.

It turns out that Whitehead wasn’t guilty of shoplifting after all and was indeed not in Virginia when the alleged crime occurred.

All this comes only a week after Whitehead announced that his dog was kidnapped, held for ransom, and then later returned.

Perhaps the name Lucky isn’t the most fitting.

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