Released Eagles CB Daryl Worley faces six charges


Worley, who was obtained in a trade for wide receiver Torrey Smith, allegedly became combative with police and officers used a taser on him, according to Worley, who would have made $670,000 this season, faces a May 1 preliminary hearing.

Worley was charged with driving under the influence, firearms not to be carried without a license, carrying firearms in public, possession of an instrument of crime, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct/engaging in fighting following Sunday's arrest. "We're going to look at it and hopefully resolve it favorably enough so that he can maintain his career".

A gun was also reportedly recovered from the scene. Authorities say they found Worley passed out inside a vehicle, and that the vehicle was blocking a highway.

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Those of you who anxious about whether or not the trade that brought Daryl Worley to the Philadelphia Eagles was a wise will never get an answer.

Worley, a Philadelphia native and graduate of William Penn Charter High School, spoke at his introductory press conference on March 16 about returning home and playing for the team he grew up watching, and the responsibility that comes with that. He was the Panthers' third-round draft pick in 2016 and started 25 games over two seasons. Worley was only with the team for a little more than a month. It carries a penalty of $10,000 and a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.