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Before we get into the bizarre tale of Dallas Cowboys WR Lucky Whitehead’s beloved dog being kidnapped, we have to warn you some of the language you will read in this article is pretty strong and can be considered offensive.

Unless you are a diehard Cowboys or Florida Atlantic University fan, the name “Lucky Whitehead” was probably not significant to you before July 16th.

Now, everyone with a social media account knows who he is.

My new mascot @blitz2fast growing FAST!! #Luck2Fast #AirBlitz ??⭐️

A post shared by Lucky Whitehead (@luck2fast) on

The wide receiver caught just nine passes for 65 yards in his two NFL seasons. Last year, one of his three grabs was for 35 yards.

Whitehead’s specialty is returning kicks; there, he’s had more success: 33 kickoff returns for 846 yards.

But it was having something returned to him that made people take notice of who Lucky Whitehead really is.

The tale is something out of a middle school mystery book.

It’s so unbelievable on the surface and an investigation is still underway, so it could take a while before anyone really finds out the truth behind it.

For now, all we can do is go by what is being reported and a handful of social media posts.

The story begins with the post above, which Whitehead put on his Instagram account on July 16th.

Flip over to Page 2 to continue with the tale of Blitz and his kidnapping…

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