Former Eagles CB Worley charged with multiple offenses

Daryl Worley

Daryl Worley

The Eagles have released Daryl Worley after he was found passed out in a vehicle near the NovaCare Complex where the team practices, NBC10 reported.

The Eagles released Worley hours after his arrest.

According to the report, Worley was arraigned and is out of jail after posting 10 percent of his $25,000 bail on Sunday evening.

The Eagles cut Worley on Sunday after confirming his arrest.

He was arrested and tased after becoming combative with police.

According to Fox29 Philadelphia, Worley was charged with a violation of the Uniform Firearms Act, driving under the influence, disorderly conduct-fighting and related offenses.

After staying with the Panthers for two seasons, the 23 year old corner back was traded in 2018 to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for wide receiver Torrey Smith.

The Eagles opened their offseason training program Monday.

Worley was expected to take the place of Patrick Robinson, who played a significant part in the team's run to the Super Bowl but left in free agency. It was just over a month ago that the Philadelphia native and Penn Charter grad was acquired via trade.

A gun was also reportedly recovered from the scene. Philadelphia did not absorb a financial penalty by cutting Worley and saved $670,000 against the salary cap. "There's going to be a lot more asked of me both on the field and off the field, but at the same time I have a great support group around me".

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