Cowboys' Lucky Whitehead says dog is being held for ransom

Vincent De Villiers
Julho 18, 2017

A Dallas Cowboys player's Blitz is missing - and, unfortunately, this time it's not an indictment on the team's defensive line.

The Cowboys wide receiver and kick returner's Instagram is populated with pictures of Blitz, with a post from last week calling him his "new mascot".

Don't see Instagram posts below? Whitehead explained that a friend of his was watching Blitz while Whitehead was out of town when someone broke into the house and took the dog. Whitehead also said that he had gotten numerous messages to his phone "demanding ransom money".

"I strongly advise you to stop and return my boy safely before it gets any worse!" he said in the post, addressing the person who's responsible.

Irmãos de 8 e 10 anos mortos à facada no Brasil
Ao saírem de casa, os irmãos foram atacados e encontrados em um beco da cidade, com perfurações de golpes de faca. Ainda conforme a polícia, a criança mais nova, de 8 anos, chegou a receber atendimento médico, mas não resistiu.

Lucky Whitehead really loves his dog, Blitz, which makes the situation he's going through significantly sadder.

WFAA is attempting to obtain more information from police on the alleged break-in.

Whitehead got Blitz from Kings and Queens Bullies - the same breeder where Charlotte Hornets center Dwight Howard got his pitbull pup - this offseason.

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