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Whitehead claims that Blitz was taken from his house July 9 while he was out of town.

When 105.3 the Fan's Mike Fisher caught wind of the video, he immediately shared it with Whitehead to confirm that the dog in the video was in fact Blitz.

In his message, Whitehead pleads that his dog be returned safely and that anyone with any information contact him as soon as possible. Blitz was adopted by Whitehead back in May.

Whitehead sent a text to The Fan's Mike Fisher at 2:46am saying, 'Blitz is home safe!' That post is seen below.

Many of Whitehead's recent Instagram posts have been dedicated to Blitz, whom the wide receiver apparently adopted in early May.

The post on Instagram went up Sunday and the National Football League player writes, "I strongly advise you stop and return my boy safely before it gets any worse". "THANKS EVERYONE", Whitehead wrote in a caption.

Lucky Whitehead has not posted about the incident since yesterday when people were trying to help him find Blitz. He even made an Instagram for his beloved pet. As sports anchor Pat Doney noted on Twitter, it's "never tiresome covering the Dallas Cowboys".

You can check out the video below where Blitz is decked out in a Batman cape, and it looks like the pup is doing his best to remove it.

He said the man calling from the unknown phone number asked: "How much is the dog mean to you?" and said if he wanted his dog returned, "you got to cut a check".

Whitehead told FOX 4 Dallas he was convinced this happened to him because he plays for the Dallas Cowboys and whoever stole the dog was trying to mess with his head.