Eagles Cut CB Daryl Worley After Early-Morning Arrest

Eagles Cut CB Daryl Worley After Early-Morning Arrest

The Philadelphia Eagles traded for cornerback Daryl Worley this offseason for Torrey Smith and while the move was viewed as a win for the Eagles, that may backfire soon enough.

Per reports, Worley was tasered after he became "combative" with Philadelphia police and was arrested around 6 AM Sunday morning.

With Bennett already having been arrested in Houston on charges for injuring the elderly, the Eagles are not happy to see that their second new addition arrested as well.

Police responded to a auto blocking a highway entrance at Broad and Pattison early on Sunday morning and found Worley asleep inside the vehicle, Fox 29 reported. Apparently Worley was found passed out in a vehicle that was blocking a highway. "Police used a Taser to subdue Worley".

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Worley has been exchanged contrary to your Carolina Panthers to the Eagles past month.

A gun was also reportedly recovered from the scene.

The incident occurred at an intersection near the Eagles facility, according to Mike Garafolo.

Rapoport reported that the Eagles issued a statement that said the team is "gathering more information" about his arrest.

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According to, Worley is a Philadelphia native and graduate of William Penn Charter High School.

Worley came to play in his hometown in an off-season trade with the Carolina Panthers.

He was a third-round pick out of West Virginia in 2016.

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