Whitehead's alleged arrest continues a weird offseason for the 25-year-old.
With another court hearing scheduled in the next two weeks, the Dallas Cowboys decided they had enough of Whitehead.
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This is not the first, or last, that Whitehead will be heard from this offseason.
"I didn't even know about that", he told reporters.
But Jones said this was more about Whitehead and his continued pattern of mistakes. I NEVER once had an altercation with the cops.
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The Cowboys either aren't buying Whitehead's story or they don't care anymore because he's now been released from the team.
Another Cowboys player is reportedly in trouble. Whitehead also was involved in a auto accident last season, and Garrett was not aware of it until he was informed by the media. 'We're gathering information on it and we'll respond accordingly'.
Whitehead made news just last week for saying his XL Bully puppy had been stolen and was being held for ransom. Now, a warrant has been issued for his arrest and he's been charged with failure to appear.
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Elliott also is awaiting possible punishment from the National Football League stemming from an alleged domestic violence incident a year ago in Columbus, Ohio. He also rushed 20 times for 189 yards and caught nine passes for 64 yards. Though Switzer wasn't as good at returning kicks in college as he was at returning punts, it seemed there was room for only one of these two guys on the 53-man roster.