Former Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Daryl Worley is facing six criminal charges after police arrested him Sunday morning in South Philly, including those for driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs and carrying a firearm in public, according to court records.
According to multiple reports, Worley resisted arrest and police had to administer a Taser to detain him.
The team had acquired Worley, a Philadelphia native, earlier this off season from the Carolina Panthers, in a deal for WR Torrey Smith. He was set to make $670,000 this season.
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The Eagles announced the release of Worley hours after news broke of his arrest, which occurred at 6 a.m.
Fortunato Perri, Worley's attorney, has not responded to calls from PennLive, but he spoke with ABC6 Action News on Sunday. Authorities say they found Worley passed out inside a vehicle, and that the vehicle was blocking a highway. A gun was allegedly found in Worley's auto.
Worley grew up in North Philadelphia on Broad Street and is a graduate of Penn Charter School, which is also Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan's alma mater.
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Worley played college football at West Virginia.
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 was only with the team for a little more than a month.
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