Here's more from Mike Chiari at the Bleacher Report:


In an interview with KXAS-TV in Dallas (h/t ESPN.com), Whitehead said he received a call from an unknown number demanding $10,000 for the return of Blitz.

Whitehead said he agreed to pay an undisclosed amount if the alleged perpetrator could prove his dog was OK.

Whitehead added that he believed the situation was an "inside job," that he didn't care about other items stolen and just wanted his dog back: 



Anything with Boogotti Kasino in it has to be the dumbest person in sports. Or maybe it's me for giving him the attention he wanted. Oh well. Enjoy your 15 minutes Boogotti.