Warrant Issued For Dallas Cowboys Receiver Lucky Whitehead in Virginia

On the day training camp starts Cowboys wide receiver Lucky Whitehead has warrant out for his arrest

A court special teamer and gadget player, Whitehead touched the ball 13 times last season.

When asked if firing Whitehead was a possibility, Garrett said - "Oh, absolutely".

Dallas police suspended that investigation, but Elliott has also faced accusations of domestic violence, and reports have said the National Football League is considering suspending the Cowboys' star.

Dallas Cowboys receiver Lucky Whitehead has been issued a warrant for his arrest after failing to show in court on July 6, according to court records obtained by TMZ.

This furthers the case that Whitehead, who has been a nonfactor as a wide receiver and a largely unexceptional kick returner for the Cowboys, may not be long for the Dallas roster.

Whitehead has said he didn't even know about the warrant, for whatever that's worth.

Whitehead would have to step away from the team during training camp for a Virginia court date August 10.

Running back Ezekiel Elliott was involved in an altercation on July 16 at a club in Dallas where a man was punched.

Whitehead has had an unusual offseason, saying last week that a dognapper was demanding ransom for his dog before the dog was returned a day later.

Whitehead's legal trouble is just the most recent - or at least the latest to come to light - for the Cowboys in recent months.

Linebacker Damien Wilson was arrested July 4 on charges of assault with a deadly weapon.

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