Cowboys WR Whitehead says his dog is being held for ransom


Whitehead agreed to pay the ransom but said he hasn't heard back from the thieves since that time.

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Whitehead has posted numerous pictures of Blitz on social media over the last few months, and the dog even has his own Instagram account.

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Whitehead wrote on Instagram: "While out of town, Blitz was being taken care of by a close friend at my house and someone broke in and took him". "It's tough", Whitehead told Dallas's NBC 5 on Monday. After breaking into Whitehead's friend's home, where Blitz was staying while the receiver was away from his home, the person who took the dog has contacted Whitehead asking for money in return for the dog's return. He was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Cowboys in 2015.

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The monetary figure that Whitehead told the ransom caller mentioned: $10,000. I wasn't here to protect him. Whitehead says he received a call from what may have been a burner phone to demand the money. He said he thought the theft was "planned" and an "inside job", but while he is "checking everybody", he doesn't know who did it and didn't want to "point any fingers the wrong way". "Everything else they took, more power to them". "But I just want the dog back".