By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Philadelphia Eagles have released cornerback Daryl Worley on Sunday afternoon. The Eagles made this roster move after he had an incident early Sunday morning with the Philadelphia, Pa. authorities.
Worley, who was born in Philadelphia, Pa. and attended Penn Charter High School, was found passed out at approx.6 am behind the wheel of his vehicle. The Philadelphia Police Department approached his vehicle, as they said it was blocking a highway.
During the confrontation that happened by the NovaCare Complex, the Eagles practice facility, it resulted in Worley being tased after he was reportedly combative with the police officers. He was also arrested.
The authorities also found a gun in his vehicle after he was arrested. The authorities have not said exactly what he’s been charged with at this time.
The 23-year-old never played in a game with his hometown team. He was acquired by the Eagles in a March trade.
In exchange for Worley, the Panthers acquired wide receiver Torrey Smith, who spent one season with the Eagles after signing a three-year deal with the franchise in 2017.
Now, as Worley seeks employment elsewhere, this incident is going to live with him, as long as he’s in the NFL. He’s a talented player, but teams may not want to have him on their teams now, because of the incident he had in his hometown.
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