Offseason workouts officially began for the Dallas Cowboys today at The Star in Frisco.

A few players have been working hard since the season ended. This weekend wide receiver Lucky Whitehead spent time at home in Florida working on his speed and hands. Lucky posted this photo on his instagram page on Saturday of him mid-run on the sand in Florida:

I've never accepted failure; my plan B is just another way for plan A to work! #LockedIn#Luck2Fast

A post shared by Lucky Whitehead (@luck2fast) on

After posting this image, Gold Feet Global posted some footage of Lucky getting some foot work in:

Rodney “Lucky” Whitehead, 24, came to Dallas as an undrafted free agent after spending two seasons at Florida Atlantic University as a wide receiver. Dallas intended to use Whitehead to replace Dwayne Harris on special teams when he first joined the team in 2015. Lucky has been the primary kick returner for the Cowboys for the past two seasons.

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Lauren Scullion is a lifelong Cowboys fan, secret Packers fan, Dallas Cowboys/ NFL writer, social media guru and NFC East know-it-all.