The Prince William County (Virginia) Police Department said in a statement on Tuesday that a man charged with shoplifting on June 22 was not former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Lucky Whitehead, as it had originally indicated. Whitehead and his agent, David Rich, said Monday it was a case of mistaken identity. Rich cited flight records to prove Whitehead wasn’t in Virginia at the time of the incident. The Cowboys, however, released Whitehead and cited a pattern of behavior in justifying the move. “Let’s not sugarcoat anything. I was pretty much being called a liar,” Whitehead told the Dallas Morning News in a telephone interview. Whitehead told the newspaper he was “blindsided” and “no one [in Cowboys management] had my back in the whole situation. I knew about it at, what? 12:45. By 2:30, I’m released.” Whitehead, however, told the newspaper that his teammates believed him when it wasn’t he who was arrested.? …

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