Whitehead, a speedy wide receiver and punt returner who has been in the NFL since 2015, was waived by the Cowboys on Monday after police falsely accused him of shoplifting from a Virginia convenience store. Police said the person arrested June 22 didn't have an ID but provided a name, date of birth and social security number matching Whitehead's given name.
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Despite that, the Cowboys still parted ways with him. My back was against the wall.'We as an organization preach all these mantras, and then they kind of went away from it.'The comments to ABC were made after he bashed the organization on Tuesday, telling the Dallas Morning News he felt like he had been called a 'liar' by his former team.'Let's not sugarcoat anything, I was pretty much being called a liar,' he told the newspaper.'I didn't know about a warrant that came about in the first place. 'The head person [in the Cowboys organization] I told, no one backed me up. 'The police department is currently seeking the identity of the man involved in the incident.'The release of Whitehead came on the first day of training camp after a tumultuous offseason for the Cowboys, including the arrests of two defensive players.
The Jets confirmed the signing Wednesday afternoon, writing in a statement: 'The Jets have claimed WR-KR Lucky Whitehead off waivers from Dallas.'In addition to finding a new home in Florham Park, Whitehead also spoke out about his dismissal on Wednesday, telling ABC he was upset with how Dallas handled his dismissal. Executive vice president of personnel Stephen Jones and coach Jason Garrett said Whitehead's release was an accumulation of events, although Garrett acknowledged Monday that the decision came after the club did more work gathering information.
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