By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Newly acquired Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Daryl Worley had an incident with Philadelphia, Pa. police officers early Sunday morning. The incident happened by the NovaCare Complex in South Philadelphia.
According to the NFL Network, he was found passed out in his vehicle. The police approached him after they said his vehicle was blocking a highway.
He was combative when the law enforcement authorities approached him nearly the Eagles practice facility around 6 am, according to reports. The police even tased Worley because of the way he was acting.
There was also a gun found in his vehicle.
“We are in the process of gathering more information about Daryl Worley’s arrest this morning,” the Eagles said in a statement.
Worley was acquired in a trade with the Carolina Panthers in March. Torrey Smith, who had signed a three-year deal with the Eagles in 2017, was shipped to the Panthers.
The Eagles have not made a decision on his future with the team. But, according to ESPN and the Philadelphia Inquirer, the front office will meet on Sunday to discuss his future with the franchise.
Worley was a third-round draft pick by the Panthers in the 2016 NFL Draft. He had 49 tackles and two interceptions last season in the NFC South.
If the Eagles do release Worley, then he’ll be looking for his third team in a matter of weeks. Also, this incident will play a huge factor in if he’ll gain employment.
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